The royal family is hoping to calm down after an upsetting incident involving the late Queen Elizabeth’s near-assault on Christmas Day 2021.
According to sources, a man had tried to harm the monarch. This man is expected to be in court next spring.
Jaswant Singh Chail, as the alleged attacker is named, was spotted last Christmas on the grounds of Windsor Castle while the late Queen was inside her residence. The 20-year-old was wearing a hood and mask, while holding a crossbow armed with a bow.
The indictment states that “on December 25, 2021 at Windsor Castle, you were nearthe queen. You deliberately had a crossbow armed with the intention of using it to injure or frighten Elizabeth II.’
The attacker is also accused of threatening to kill Queen Elizabeth.
On Wednesday, Chail appeared at the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales via video call wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. The alleged perpetrator, who previously worked in a supermarket, confirmed his name and date of birth.
His exact trial date will be set in December pending further evidence. The defendant was found to be remanded in custody.
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