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June 26, 2015

HODGES: ACCOUNTANT ACCUSED OF INCITING TERRORISM WITH MURDER MANUAL

SITTINGBOURNE An accountant accused of inciting terrorism with a 13 page 'murder manual' has been remanded in custody. Malcolm Hodges, 51, emailed out a letter with 'anti-Western commentary' calling for the recipients to commit murders, it is said. He allegedly picked out a vet and his former boss who he wanted killed, providing their names and contact details in the letter. Hodges, who runs his own accountancy firm, is also accused of downloading the Al Qaeda magazine Inspire on to his home computer.
  June 26, 2015

ABDULLAH: HANDYMAN FACES TRIAL FOR JOINING ISLAMIC STATE IN SYRIA

STOCKWELL A handyman accused of joining Islamic State forces fighting in Syria will stand trial in December, the Old Bailey today (Fri). Mustafa Abdullah, 26, is accused of spending eight months in the war-torn state between September 2013 and March last year. He had on his phone a picture of him posing in combat gear with an assault rifle, it is alleged, and is also accused of possessing 12 documents for use in terrorism. Abdullah had on his phone training videos for speed shooting, gun maintenance, and military hand signals, as well as a file called 'Making Glocks Rock', the court heard.
 
June 22, 2015

ABDULLAH: HANDYMAN ACCUSED OF JOINING ISIS IN SYRIA IS BEHIND BARS

STOCKWELL, SOUTH LONDON A handyman accused of joining Islamic State forces fighting in Syria was remanded in custody at the Old Bailey today (mon). Mustafa Abdullah, 33, is accused of spending eight months in the war-torn state between September 2013 and March last year. He had on his phone a picture of him posing in a combat outfit with an assault rifle, it is alleged, and is also accused of downloading 12 documents for use in terrorism. Abdullah, from Stockwell, south London, returned to the UK via Sweden in May last year and was stopped by counterterrorism officers at the port.
  June 05, 2015

TAJ: TERROR SUSPECT 'HAD AL-QAEDA MAGAZINE'

BEDFORD A terror suspect accused of having a stash of extremist material including '44 Ways to Support Jihad' will stand trial in November. Naseer Taj, 25, allegedly had five electronic copies of Al-Qaeda publication 'Inspire' on his mobile phone and a computer disk. He is also accused of having a false driving licence with improper intent. Bearded Taj appeared at the Old Bailey today (fri) via videolink from HMP Belmarsh wearing a prison-issued maroon tracksuit.
 
June 05, 2015

BEZKOROVAINIY: UKRANIAN ACCUSED OF PLOTTING TO ATTACK RUSSIAN EMBASSY IN LONDON

LUTON; KENSINGTON, WEST LONDON A Ukrainian national accused of plotting to attack the Russian embassy in London will stand trial in November. Vadim Bezkorovainiy, 33, was allegedly planning an assault in the UK capital last year. He is charged with preparation of terrorist acts under Section Five of the Terrorism Act between 27 January and 15 March 2014. Bezkorovainiy appeared at the Old Bailey today (fri) via videolink from HMP Belmarsh wearing a blue and yellow top.
  June 04, 2015

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PERKINS:'COME DOWN TO BELMARSH FOR A CUPPA, JUDGE'

CENTRAL LONDON A member of the 'Dad's Army' gang accused of the £10m Hatton Hatton Garden jewellery heist invited the judge to Belmarsh jail for a cup of tea when he appeared in court today (thurs). The nine alleged raiders, with a combined age of 532, are charged with conspiracy to burgle dating between 1 and 7 April this year and conspiring to launder the booty. Seventy-three safety deposit boxes were ransacked during the Easter weekend raid after thieves used heavy cutting equipment to break into a vault at Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Ltd. The jewel snatchers broke into a lift shaft to get down to the basement and used an angle grinder and crowbars to force through shutter doors. The gang then used a diamond tipped drill to cut through the 50cm (20in) reinforced concrete wall to vault and raided 73 safe deposit boxes before escaping in a waiting van.
 
June 02, 2015

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NORMAN:20 MONTHS FOR BELMARSH GUARD WHO SOLD JON VENABLES SECRETS

WOOLWICH, SOUTHEAST LONDON; SWANSCOMBE, KENT A guard who was handed £10,000 for acting as a 'paid mole' inside one of the country's most secure prisons was jailed for 20 months today (tues). Robert Norman, 54, sold confidential details to the Daily Mirror and News of the World about notorious inmates at Belmarsh Prison - including hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza and child killer Jon Venables. He was the source of a string of stories by reporter Stephen Moyes between 2006 and 2011, funnelling the money he received through his son Daniel's bank account. The 'corrupt' relationship between the pair began in April 2006 when Norman sold details of staff cuts to the Daily Mirror for £400.
  June 01, 2015

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NORMAN:BELMARSH BOB FACING JAIL FOR SELLING STORIES

WOOLWICH, SOUTHEAST LONDON; SWANSCOMBE, KENT A guard who was handed £10,000 for acting as a 'paid mole' inside one of the country's most secure prisons is facing jail. Robert Norman, 54, sold confidential details to the Daily Mirror and News of the World about notorious inmates at Belmarsh Prison - including hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza and child killer Jon Venables. He was the source of a string of stories by reporter Stephen Moyes between 2006 and 2011, funnelling the money he received through his son Daniel's bank account. The 'corrupt' relationship between the pair began in April 2006 when Norman sold details of staff cuts to the Daily Mirror for £400.
 
June 01, 2015

GILDO:TRAINING CAMP SWEDE CLEARED OF TERRORISM OFFENCES

CENTRAL LONDON A Swedish national accused of attending a Syrian training camp was cleared of terrorism offences today (mon) in the latest setback for the Crown Prosecution Service. Bherlin Gildo, 37, was accused of weapons training and preparing for terrorist acts between August 2012 and March 2013. He was detained at Heathrow Airport in September last year, when electronic copies of extremist material, including 'Ultimate Guide to USA Army Combat', '39 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad' and '44 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad' were found in his luggage. The Swedish national was due to stand trial on three terror charges last month, but it was delayed by protracted preliminary hearings as his lawyers argued the case should be dropped.
  May 29, 2015

NORMAN: ELVEDEN PROSECUTION 'A COMPLETE JOKE'

SWANSCOMBE The prosecution of a Daily Mirror source at Belmarsh prison is 'a complete joke' because he was only telling the truth, the Old Bailey heard today (Fri). Robert Norman, 54, received £10,000 for feeding stories to the tabloid on the prison's notorious inmates and staff conditions. He was the paper's 'mole' in Belmarsh, it is said, fuelling stories by Mirror reporter Stephen Moyes between 2006 and 2011. However, Keir Monteith, defending, said Norman was being prosecuted for exposing the truth about life in the maximum security prison.
 
May 28, 2015

NORMAN:BELMARSH GUARD CONSIDERED PUBLIC INTEREST FIRST

SWANSCOMBE, KENT; WOOLWICH, SOUTHEAST LONDON A guard accused of being the Daily Mirror's 'mole' inside Belmarsh prison said he considered the public interest before leaking any information. Robert Norman, 54, received £10,000 for feeding tips to the tabloid on the prison's notorious inmates and staff conditions, the Old Bailey has heard. He was the source of a string of stories by Mirror reporter Stephen Moyes between 2006 and 2011, funnelling the money he received through his son Daniel's bank account. Norman, giving evidence, said he always considered the public interest, and would refuse to give information to Moyes on occasions.
  May 26, 2015

NORMAN:BELMARSH GUARD WAS HIGHLIGHTING ATROCIOUS CONDITIONS

WOOLWICH, SOUTHEAST LONDON; SWANSCOMBE, KENT A prison guard who was paid £10,000 for stories about one of the country's most secure jails insisted today (tues) he was highlighting 'atrocious' conditions. Robert Norman, 54, was a 'mole' inside south London's HMP Belmarsh and allegedly sold details of prison riots and guards having affairs with inmates. He was also given cash for information which led to a story about Jon Venables being moved from one prison to another to protect him from other inmates. Venables was not being held at Belmarsh, but then Daily Mirror reporter Stephen Moyes paid Norman for the article, it is claimed.

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