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February 27, 2015

BRENNAN: MOTHER JAILED FOR TRYING TO GET RELATIVES OFF MURDER RAP

PLUMSTEAD A mother of three who hatched a plot to get her three brothers and a childhood friend cleared of murder has been jailed for 27 months. Kerry Brennan, 31, coached killer Daniel Burgess on his bogus defence story while he waited trial for killing Marcus Innocent. She told her pal from childhood: ‘Say you don’t know who else was there’ and instructed him to ‘put the blame’ on one of the co-defendants. Brennan offered to buy Burgess a new set of trainers while ‘forcefully’ asserting the bogus story to tell in court.
  February 20, 2015

SARDAR: TERROR SUSPECT IN COURT FOR MURDER OF US SOLDIER

WEMBLEY A terror suspect accused of murdering an American soldier in Iraq in 2007 appeared at the Old Bailey today (fri). Anis Abid Sardar, 38, is charged with killing Sgt 1st Class Randy Johnson, 34, who died when a makeshift bomb detonated near his vehicle in Baghdad. Sardar is also accused of plotting to murder British and American forces in Iraq with roadside bombs between January and November 2007. He was arrested by anti-terror police after they raided his home in northwest London in September last year.
 
February 17, 2015

RANA:BRITISH MAN DENIES GUNNING DOWN MOTHER IN LAW IN PAKISTAN

BIRMINGHAM; WOLVERHAMPTON A British man today (Tues) denied gunning down his mother-in-law in Pakistan. Tariq Rana, 31, appeared at the Old Bailey by videolink from Belmarsh prison charged with the murder of 49-year-old Gulam Asia. She died after being shot several times outside her home in Lahore on July 27 last year. Wearing a black sweater, Rana spoke only to confirm his name and enter a not guilty plea to a single count of murder at today's brief hearing.
  February 02, 2015

SARDAR:TERROR SUSPECT DENIES MURDERING AMERICAN SOLDIER

WEMBLEY, NORTHWEST LONDON A terror suspect denied the murder of an American soldier in Iraq in 2007 at the Old Bailey today (Mon). Anis Abid Sardar, 38, is charged with killing Sgt 1st Class Randy Johnson, 34, who died when a makeshift bomb detonated near his vehicle in Baghdad. Sardar is also accused of plotting to murder British and American forces in Iraq with roadside bombs between January and November 2007. He was arrested by anti-terror police after they raided his home in northwest London in September last year.
 
January 30, 2015

HASSANE: TERROR SUSPECTS IN COURT OVER DRIVE-BY ASSASSINATION PLOT

PADDINGTON; NOTTING HILL; NORTH KENSINGTON; ST JOHN'S WOOD Four terror suspects accused of plotting to assassinate British soldiers and police on the streets of London in a moped drive-by shooting appeared in court today (fri). The gang allegedly used Google Street View to research the layout of Shepherd's Bush police station and White City Territorial Army Barracks. They are also said to have sourced a Baikal handgun with a silencer and ammunition and a moped scooter. Instagram photos of two Metropolitan Police officers and two Police Community Support Officers were found on their phones, it is claimed.
  January 22, 2015

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COULSON:FORMER NEWS OF THE WORLD EDITOR FACING JUNE RETRIAL

CHARING, KENT; ADDLESTONE, SURREY Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is to face a retrial in June over claims he bought Royal phone directories from corrupt police officers. The 46-year-old tabloid supremo, who became David Cameron's head of communications, is accused of approving payments for the phone books in 2003 and 2005. The books contained details of the Royal household, and were allegedly sold to the paper's Royal editor Clive Goodman, 57, in 2003 and 2005. Coulson, who edited the News of the World from 2003 to 2006, was jailed for 18 months last July for overseeing a culture of phone hacking at the Sunday tabloid.
 
January 09, 2015

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SMALL: BOXING CHAMPION FACES JUNE TRIAL OVER ISLAMIC STATE JIHAD PLOT

BECKENHAM; SHADWELL; EAST HAM A former British boxing champion accused of helping two men flee to Syria to fight with Islamic State will stand trial in June. Anthony Small, 33, who won both the British and Commonwealth championships in 2009, appeared at the Old Bailey alongside four other men to face terror offences. Small allegedly helped Michael Coe, 33, and Simon Keeler 43, in their attempt to travel to Syria. Coe and Keeler were arrested at Dover on 30 November.
  January 09, 2015

ESHATI: SUSPECTED ARMS DEALER FACES JUNE TRIAL

DOVER An alleged arms dealer who was arrested in the back of lorry with terror suspects accused of planning to fight with IS will stand trial in June. Abdulraouf Eshati, 28, was allegedly discovered with a document about a multi-million pound arms shipment to Libya when police swooped on him in the back of a lorry at Dover. Detectives found an electronic record on his phone for a £17m ammunition deal along with a second document about the hire of a cargo plane, the Old Bailey was told. Eshati is charged with possession of articles in connection to the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism and offences under the Immigration Act 1971.
 
January 09, 2015

SULEMAN: TERROR SUSPECT 'TRIED TO BOARD FLIGHT WITH AL QAEDA MAGAZINE'

MANCHESTER A terror suspect arrested at Manchester Airport trying to board a flight to Pakistan had a stash of extremist material on his computer, a court heard. Muhammad Aftab Suleman, 24, allegedly had several copies of al-Qaeda publication Inspire magazine on his lap top. He also had a document called '10 methods to detect or foil the plots of spies', the Old Bailey was told. Suleman appeared in court via videolink from HMP Belmarsh and spoke only to confirm his name during the short hearing.
  December 19, 2014

GRAY: FORMER RAF REGIMENT SOLDIER ACCUSED OF TERRORISM

MOSS SIDE A Muslim convert who served in the RAF Regiment a decade ago appeared at the Old Bailey today (fri) charged with terror offences. Stephen Gray, 31, who also uses then name Mustafa, and Abdalraouf Abdullah, 21, are both accused of funding and preparing acts of terror. Abdullah is accused of arranging to provide guns to four men, including Gray, and facilitating the travel of extremists to Syria. He is also accused of providing £2,000 to associate Mohammed Abdullah for terrorist purposes.
 
December 12, 2014

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ASH-SMITH: 21 YEARS FOR THE KILLER 'TREKKIE.'

DARTFORD, KENT Killer 'Trekkie' Colin Ash-Smith was today ordered to serve a minimum of 21 years in jail for the murder of schoolgirl Claire Tiltman. The mayor's son stabbed the 16-year-old to death in an alleyway in Greenhithe, Kent, in a 'motiveless attack' almost 22 years ago. The Dartford Grammar School pupil was knifed at least nine times when she was on her way to a friend's house on 18 January 1993, just four days after her birthday. Ash-Smith, 46, was a serial attacker who had already carried out a horrific sexual assault on another local woman in 1988. She was knifed five times in the back in a quarry and left for dead - an incident described by Ash-Smith as a 'masterpiece.'
  December 11, 2014

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ASH-SMITH: 'TREKKIE KILLER' FACES WHOLE LIFE SENTENCE FOR CLAIRE TILTMAN MURDER

DARTFORD, KENT The son of a former mayor who took warped pleasure in attacking women is facing the rest of his life in jail after he was convicted of murdering schoolgirl Claire Tiltman. Milkman Colin Ash-Smith, 46, stabbed the 16-year-old to death in an alleyway in Greenhithe, Kent, in a 'motiveless attack' almost 22 years ago. The Dartford Grammar School pupil was knifed at least nine times when she was on her way to a friend's house on 18 January 1993, just four days after her birthday. Ash-Smith was a serial attacker and 'Trekkie' who had already carried out a horrific sexual assault on another local woman in 1988.

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