Test Cricketer Usman Khawaja’s brother charged over fake terror ‘hit list’

December 4, 2018 | Brainwave Science


Arsalan Khawaja, brother of Australia Test cricketer Usman Khawaja, has been taken into custody by NSW’s joint counter-terrorism team investigating the unsolved terror plot to assassinate former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. Arsalan is being interrogated about forgery and an attempt to pervert justice.

Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, Sri Lankan citizen, was earlier arrested and charged with terrorism by counter-terrorism police over what they consider was a terror handwritten hit list found in his possession, which was targeting former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and his former deputy Julie Bishop as well as landmarks including the Sydney Opera House.

According to Police reports, Arsalan tried to persuade Australian Police that his university colleague Kamer Nizamdeen was plotting a terror attack to kill then prime minister Turnbull. Kamer Nizamdeen was eventually arrested and spent a month in solitary confinement at a remote secure prison where he was interrogated about targets and plans. However, the investigation continued after the handwriting analysis report came negative. The police accepted Nizamdeen was framed of plotting Islamic State-inspired lone-wolf assault and eventually released in September.

Australian police now say they “regret” arresting Nizamdeen.

Assistant Commissioner Mick Willing stated Arsalan intentionally set up Nizamdeen because of a dispute over a young woman. He further added police believe Arsalan was “motivated by a personal grievance” and carefully planned to frame Nizamdeen.

Arsalan was granted bail by a court in the city on condition he surrenders his passport and reports to police three times a week.


In the retaliation to increased terror plots foiled by law enforcement, the Australian government is considering cancelling the citizenship of Aussies suspected or identified as a national security threat. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is debating the idea where Aussies, particularly with ancestry from a foreign country, would be permanently stripped of their Australian citizenship.

Extremist radical Islam has developed into a severe problem around the globe and specifically in Australia. Australia has been on high alert after a terror attack on Bourke St. Within few weeks, Australian Police arrested three men over Melbourne terror plot and this course is recurring. Almost every week, law enforcement agencies thwart one terrorist plot or another.  It becomes the greatest challenge of law enforcement agencies to identify the innocents who could be framed like Nizamdeen in such a crucial time.

According to Assistant Commissioner Mick Willing, once the national threat is being announced, police had to act early and contain the threat as promptly as possible, providing a short time-frame for officials to determine whether a detained person is innocent or perpetrator. Conventional investigative tools are responsible to support law enforcement personnel to verify the witness or suspects testimonies and identify the innocents from terrorists, however, the results of these investigative tools haven’t been satisfactory.

Greg Barton, an expert on terrorism, said Nizamdeen case was “incept, terribly cruel and horrible.” Nizamdeen, who was interrogated for the false crime, has suffered a lot and his life was shattered.

The purpose of the Law is “no innocent shall ever suffer or be punished” and it is the duty of law enforcement agencies to provide the evidence to determine whether a person is innocent or guilty. Don’t you agree?


Arsalan’s case demonstrates exactly why the law enforcement agencies need an advanced neuroscience forensic technology that can distinguish the innocents from terrorists within an hour.  Thousands of innocents suffer from the same fate as Nizamdeen. The existing investigative tools like interrogations or polygraph which are opted by National security personnel in such critical situation in order to gain specific information about the attack do not guarantee accurate results. These tools not only fail to provide accurate crime-related information stored in the suspect’s brain but are also incapable to verify the witness or suspect testimonies and identify the innocent before it’s too late.

Such investigation focuses mainly on the preliminary evidence confiscated from the suspect for example in Nizamdeen’s case, the pocket book that contained the plot, leaving less possibility to investigate the case in the right direction. In order to protect innocent, Brainwave Science has already developed and designed one-of-a-kind advanced neuroscience-based technology that taps inside the human brain and reveals what specific crime-related information he or she possess with over 99% accuracy and it’s called iCognative. This technology aims to reveal the truth behind a crime and provide a scientific way for law enforcement agencies to tap inside the suspected terrorist’s brain to identify the possession of a specific crime-related information, before any other innocent suffers.

iCognative technology is solely capable of determining whether a person is innocent and supporting the law enforcement agencies to find accurate evidence necessary to identify other involved accomplices. iCognative technology is based on the scientific proven and approved P300 and P300-MERMER brain responses, which only activates when a suspect sees an information that his brain already possesses. These brain responses are involuntary therefore, a suspect cannot control them in any way possible. The iCognative guarantees a high success rates and results as it involves no question answers, no false positives or false negatives and minimal possibility of error.

A 45-minutes iCognative test when utilized by Australian law enforcement personnel would reveal the truth behind any Arsalan’s case such as how he found such precise information, what was the motive behind, who was involved in this crime, any connection to terrorist organizations and verify the testimonies of his friends and relatives. All the investigative details related to this and Nizamdeen’s case is uploaded into the iCognative system protocol. The system records and analyzes the brainwave responses when confidential information is flashed to the Arsalan on a digital screen and determine what information he possess. The iCognative technology can be used in the same to determine with over 99% accuracy whether a suspect is innocent or not as innocent person won’t possess uploaded crime-related information.

Brainwave Science’s iCognative is the only forensic technology that isn’t biased, its primary goal is protect innocent from any injustice. The iCognative can be the best weapon for Australia and other terrorism prone countries to protect innocent citizen and crush terrorism.

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