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April 16, 2014

SOMALIAN REFUGEE JAILED FOR FLOUTING TERRORISM PREVENTION ORDER

BIRMINGHAM A Somalian refugee was jailed for 15 months today (weds) for flouting a terrorism prevention order. The father-of-six, 37, is known only as FF because of a High Court order granting him lifelong anonymity. He admitted breaking the terms of a terrorism prevention measures order (TPIM) when he appeared at the Old Bailey. The TPIM was imposed to restrict his movements as he is believed to be a risk to the public but cannot be tried or deported.
  April 04, 2014

SANDLAND: FATHER WHO CLAIMS DEATH OF HIS BABY GIRL WAS CAUSED BY HIM HAVING AN EPILEPTIC FIT DENIES MURDER

HASTINGS A father who claims the death of his baby girl was caused by him having an epileptic fit has today (fri) denied murder. Mark Sandland, 28, who has an acute form of the neurological condition epilepsy, said he was suffering from a seizure when she was fatally injured. He entered a not guilty plea to the charge of murder at the Old Bailey. Sandland appeared in the dock via videolink from Belmarsh prison heavily tattooed and wearing grey trousers and a red t-shirt.
 
April 04, 2014

BEGG: GUANTANAMO BAY DETAINEE IN COURT

BIRMIGHAM Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg appeared at the Old Bailey today (Fri) accused of helping terrorists in the Syrian civil war. Bearded supporters packed the public gallery as Begg, 45, appeared via videolink from Belmarsh prison in south east London. After he spoke only to confirm his name the proceedings were interrupted by problems with the videolink to the prison and the hearing was adjourned. Judge Mr Justice Sweeney adjourned the bail application to May 2 as a provisional date.
  March 25, 2014

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MIAKENKO:POLE ACCUSED OF MURDERING HEALTHCARE WORKER REMANDED

TOTTENHAM, WOOD GREEN, NORTH LONDON A Polish man accused of stabbing a healthcare worker to death in the street in broad daylight was remanded in custody at the Old Bailey today (TUES). Dariusz Miakienko, 46, allegedly murdered 42 year-old Naudel Turner after following her from a doctor's surgery to a bus stop in Tottenham, north London, last week. The mother-of-two suffered a fatal wound to the neck and was pronounced dead after being taken to hospital at around 1pm on 19 March. Miakienko was arrested at the scene in Bruce Grove after being detained by members of the public, the court heard.
 
March 19, 2014

PAKISTANI BROTHERS SLIPPED OUT OF UK TO ATTEND SYRIAN TERROR CAMP

STRATFORD, EAST LONDON Two Pakistani brothers accused of slipping out of the UK to attend a terrorist training camp in Syria had Al-Qaeda terror manuals, a court heard today (weds). Mohommod Hassin Nawaz, 30, and Hamza Nawaz, 23, travelled to the war-torn country via France and Turkey, it is claimed. They were stopped by police at Dover ferry port in Kent in the early hours of September 16 last year, allegedly on their way back from Syria. The brothers were carrying a stash of AK47 rifle ammunition and a laptop containing four copies of the Al-Qaeda magazine 'Inspire', it is claimed.
  March 17, 2014

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MOSS:TRIO IN COURT ACCUSED OF SHOOTING NURSERY TEACHER DEAD

KILBURN, WEMBLEY, CRICKLEWOOD, NORTHWEST LONDON Three men accused of shooting dead a nursery teacher celebrating her 24th birthday appeared in court today (MON). Mum of one Sabrina Moss died in a hail of bullets in Kilburn High Road, northwest London, at around 4am on August 24 last year. Miss Moss, who worked at Alice's Wonderland nursery in Stonebridge and had a four-year-old son, suffered a gunshot wound to the chest in the deadly attack. Her friend Sabrina Gachette, also 24, and two other men, Mahad Ahmed and Edson Da Silva, were also injured during the attack.
 
March 14, 2014

ASH-SMITH: MILKMAN IN COURT OVER 1993 SCHOOLGIRL MURDER

GREENHITHE, DARTFORD An milkman accused of the brutal 1993 knife murder of a 16-year-old schoolgirl appeared at the Old Bailey heard today. (FRI) Colin Ash-Smith, 45, allegedly killed Claire Tiltman in an alleyway in Greenhithe, Kent, in January 1993 as she made her way to friend's house. The Dartford Grammar School pupil was stabbed more than 40 times in the frenzied attack, which took place just four days after her 16th birthday. Claire, who had used the alleyway as a shortcut, staggered to a nearby road where she collapsed and died.
  March 14, 2014

HUSSAIN: EXTREMIST LINKED TO BOTTLE BOMB PLOT ADMITS FALSE ID

CHINGFORD, TOTTENHAM A convicted terrorist involved in a plot to blow up a commercial airplane using hydrogen peroxide disguised in drink bottles today (FRI) admitted to attempting to travel under a fake identity. Nabeel Hussain, 30, was jailed for eight years in 2009 after being found guilty of helping Adam Khatib in a plot to murder thousands of jet passengers over the Atlantic. Muslim extremist Khatib, then aged 23, helped terror mastermind Ahmed Ali in his Al Qaeda plan to down packed planes with liquid explosives in the world's worst terror atrocity. A team of killers were to carry out the mass murder which would 'eclipse 9/11' in the summer of 2006.
 
February 20, 2014

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HUSSAIN: MAN ACCUSED OF TRYING TO USE BOGUS PASSPORT TO TRAVEL TO TURKEY REMANDED IN CUSTODY

STANSTED, ESSEX A man accused of attempting to use a bogus passport to travel to Turkey was remanded in custody today (thurs). Nabeel Hussain, 29, was arrested at Stansted Airport after allegedly trying to use a fraudulent passport in the name Rasat Safak last September 23. Co-defendant Michael Diamantis, 28, is charged with buying an e-ticket to Turkey for Hussain under the same name. Both men were charged by the Counter Terrorism Division of the Crown Prosecution Service.
  February 18, 2014

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JAMES:THIRD MAN IN COURT ACCUSED OF SHOOTING TEACHER DEAD

KILBURN, WEMBLEY, NORTHWEST LONDON A third man accused of shooting dead a nursery teacher celebrating her 24th birthday in a hail of bullets appeared in court today (tues). Yassin James, 19, appeared via videolink at the Old Bailey charged with murdering Sabrina Moss in Kilburn, northwest London. The teenager is the third defendant charged with the murder, along with Martell Warren, 22, and Hassan Hussain, 29. Miss Moss, who worked at Alice's Wonderland nursery in Stonebridge and had a four-year-old son, suffered a gunshot wound to the chest in the deadly attack.
 
February 07, 2014

NAWAZ: BROTHERS IN COURT ON TERROR CHARGES

STRATFORD Two brothers accused of slipping out of the UK to attend a terrorist training camp in Syria appeared at the Old Bailey today (Fri). Mohommod Hassin Nawaz, 30, and Hamza Nawaz, 23, travelled to the war-torn country via France and Turkey, it is claimed. They were stopped by police at Dover ferry port in Kent in the early hours of September 16 last year, allegedly on their way back from Syria. The brothers, of Pakistani origin, were carrying a stash of AK47 rifle ammunition and a laptop containing four copies of the self-proclaimed Al Qaeda magazine 'Inspire', it is claimed.
  February 07, 2014

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CODY: EIGHT YEARS FOR KILLING A COP? DOESN'T MATTER -I'VE GOT A TELLY IN MY CELL

CROYDON A driver who mowed down a police officer at 50mph played ‘an imaginary violin’ to fellow prison inmates as he boasted of killing him. PC Andrew Duncan, 47, was hurled over thirty metres when Gary Cody ploughed into the officer while speeding in his uninsured black VW Golf GTI, a court heard today (Fri). Cody, 25, who driving without a license, sped off after the impact, ditching his car nearby, Kingston-upon-Thames Crown Court was told. He handed himself in later the same day, but PC Duncan died from multiple injuries including two shattered legs in the early hours of Sunday, 22 September, 2013. Today (Fri) Cody was caged for eight-and-half years but he has already said he doesn't care how long he gets because he has a TV in his cell.

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