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Offences Linked To Terrorist Offences

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The definition of 'terrorist offences' itself includes several ordinary crimes that may typically take place during the preparatory phase of a terrorist plan (e.g. the illegal manufacture of weapons). This chapter starts by discussing the general obligation of the Framework Decision to ensure criminalisation and the national responses thereto. Thereafter, a more thorough analysis will be carried out of the underlying basic offences and the requirement of a further terrorist intention, taking into consideration both the Framework Decision and the national rules in the states that have implemented Article 3 separately. The chapter examines the complementary incrimination of attempted crimes, aiding and abetting and incitement before it discusses the level of punishment and, finally, concludes the chapter.

Keywords: Article 3; criminalisation; Framework Decision; terrorist offences; terrorist plan



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