- Islamic terrorist Marco G., 29, has been sentenced to a life in prison
- He was behind a bomb plot to blow up a railway station in Germany in 2012
- His two accomplices are to serve between nine-and-a-half to 12 years
The ringleader of an Islamic terror group, who spearheaded a plot to blow up a railway station in Germany has been sentenced to life in prison.
Marco G., 29, was caged at Duesseldorf Higher State Court on Monday for the plot which, had it succeeded, would have caused a bloodbath at Bonn main station.
His two accomplices were served jail terms between nine-and-a-half to 12 years for the planned bombing and a later scheme to kill a far-right politician.
The defendants have sat for nearly four years on remand in jail as prosecutors built their case against them.
On December 10 2012 a DIY bomb was discovered on Platform One at the train station in what was once the capital of former West Germany.