‘Far-right extremist’, 28, accused of launching terror attack by ‘bursting into UK law firm with Nazi flag, knife and handcuffs in bid to kill immigration solicitor’ will stand trial in March

  • Cavan Medlock faces charges for an alleged attack against a north London law office
  • During the attack, it is claimed that he threatened a female receptionist with a knife 
  • Medlock is also accused for threatening to murder a solicitor and causing physical and emotional harm to staff.
  • He was remanded in custody after a hearing at Old Bailey today.

Next year, a ‘far-right extremist’ who was accused of carrying out a terrorist attack on a UK law firm by ‘bursting in to kill an immigration lawyer’ with a Nazi flag and knife will be tried.

Cavan Medlock, 29 years old, is charged with plotting an act terrorist by researching Duncan Lewis solicitors in Harrow (north-west London) with the intent to kill an immigration solicitor.

He is also charged with threatening another with bladed articles in public places, causing race-aggravated alarm and battery, harassment, distress, or distress, as well as making a threat of killing – all in relation a September 7th incident at a Harrow, north London law firm.

Cavan Medlock, 28, is alleged to have arrived at the Duncan Lewis offices in Harrow (file photo) armed with a knife and handcuffs, while carrying a Confederate flag and a Nazi flag

Cavan Medlock, 28 years old, is alleged that he arrived at Duncan Lewis offices, Harrow (file photograph) armed with a knife. He also carries a Confederate and Nazi flags.

Medlock, who is from north-west London, was allegedly present at the firm’s offices armed with a large knife and handcuffs, as well as Confederate and Nazi flags.

Medlock is accused of having threatened a receptionist using a knife before threatening to kill the solicitor. He also allegedly abused staff due to their racial and religious backgrounds.

He was absent from the Old Bailey on Wednesday, as Judge Mark Lucraft, the Recorder of London, placed him in custody in his absence, ahead of a March 7th 2022 trial. 

The judge stated that the trial will be held at Kingston Crown Court.