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Thursday, 9 February 2012
Nine jailed over terror bomb plot

Latest news from Crown Court Woolwich. From the BBC and Wales on LIne

Nine men who plotted to bomb the London Stock Exchange and build a terrorist training camp have been jailed. Three of the men - all members of an al-Qaeda inspired terror group - received indeterminate sentences for public protection at London's Woolwich Crown Court.

The three to receive indeterminate sentences were Mohammed Shahjahan 27, of Stoke-on-Trent, who was jailed for a minimum term of eight years and 10 months.

Usman Khan, 20, and Nazam Hussain, 26, also from Stoke-on-Trent, were ordered to serve at least eight years.

Other sentences were:

  • Mohammed Chowdhury: 13 years, 8 months
  • Gurukanth Desai: 12 years
  • Omar Latif: 10 years, 4 months
  • Abdul Miah: 16 years, 10 months
  • Mohibur Rahman: 5 years
  • Shah Rahman: 12 years

Father-of-two Shahjahan – who was referred to as the “emir”, or leader, by other members of the terror group – had the highest profile and had given a number of media interviews, the court heard. He featured in a BBC programme called “My Name is Mohammed” about British Muslims called Mohammed. Mr Hall (his defence counsel) said: “He was dressed up as a mujahideen expressing self-deluded radical views about the prospect of bringing Sharia to the UK, and so on.” Unfortunately he wont be in a stripy suit with arrows on now - that uniform went out as long ago as 1922.

Posted on 02/09/2012 10:49 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
9 Feb 2012

What beautiful English names those gentleman have. Surely with such names they could not be quilty of an inhumane act. Perhaps it is we the people who have brought it upon ourselves, yes that is it, my liberal dolt philososphy finds this illusion more acceptable.

If these would be murderers cannot be executed build a special prison for Islamics only and force them to live the rest of their lives there. Let not anything from the outside world enter, let not anything from their inside world exit.

They have chosen to become animals, wild, human murdering animals, execute them as such or imprison them, in isolation, for the remainder of their days.

Time to get real. Thank you.

9 Feb 2012
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