Rhianan Rudd Wiki – Rhianan Rudd Bio
Rhianan Rudd, A new documentary has claimed that Rhianan Rudd, a British teenager and terror suspect who ended her life by suicide in 2022, was radicalized online by American white supremacists before her arrest in 2020.
Rudd, who at 14 was the youngest person to face terrorism charges in the UK, fell under the influence of two American radicals and reportedly even exchanged sexually explicit text messages online with one of them. Rudd’s mother, Emily Carter, claimed in the documentary that after being penalized by British authorities for obtaining bomb-making instructions, the law continued to treat her autistic son unfairly. Carter reportedly stated, “They should have seen her as a victim instead of a terrorist,” according to the BBC.
Rhianan Rudd died at the age of 14 years old.
Teen Killed Herself
Carter said, “She’s a child, an autistic child. She should have been treated like a child who had been sexually manipulated and exploited.” The allegations against Rudd were dropped in December 2021, but Carter claimed that she was so traumatized by the experience that she ended her life in a nursing home in May 2022, according to the NY Post.
Rudd apparently became more radicalized after starting an internet conversation with Christopher Cook, an American neo-Nazi. Carter claimed that Rudd soaked up the radical message like a sponge and would later carve a swastika into his forehead.
Carter said, “[She thought] if you didn’t have blond hair and blue eyes, Aryan as they say, she didn’t want to meet you, you were an inferior race, you shouldn’t have been alive.” Carter enrolled Rudd in Prevent, a government de-radicalization initiative, in September 2020.
Rudd later admitted to being sexually and emotionally influenced by Cook when he was questioned by police. In addition, the FBI had obtained the couple’s intimate conversations through Cook’s devices, which they later turned over to MI5, the UK’s national security agency.
The Sunday Telegraph reported that Dax Mallaburn, who was allegedly Carter’s romantic interest and a member of the Arizona Aryan Brotherhood, also radicalized the teenager. Carter claimed that she and Mallaburn separated before Rudd was arrested, but the BBC’s investigation showed that the two had been in contact, and Mallaburn pleaded with Carter to raise her daughter the “right way”.
Rudd resorted to self-harm, evading capture, and attempting suicide after being banned from school. Social services placed her in care in Nottinghamshire. Carter claimed that Rudd’s appearance concerned her so much during a visit a few days before her daughter’s death that she told call center employees that Rudd was “going to do something.”
Rudd later committed suicide at the age of 16 despite being assured that her complaints would be investigated, 12 hours after lying in her bedroom. In a statement to the BBC, MI5 denied responsibility for the tragedy.
“MI5 takes its responsibilities in relation to those who may be at risk of harm very seriously. If in the course of working to protect national security someone in MI5 obtains the information that an individual is or may be at risk of death or harm serious, it will be passed on to the corresponding authorities,” a government representative was quoted as saying.