From the London Evening Standard
A teenage Muslim convert accused of planning to behead a British soldier warned he would “harm” the Prime Minister if he got the chance, a court heard.
In an exchange from one interview read to the jury, he was asked by officers to confirm what he had said in a previous interview, in which the tape recorder had broken.
The officer asked: “What would you do if you saw David Cameron and had an opportunity? You said you would do him harm if he had no security around?”
Ziamani replied: “Yes”.
The jury heard he also put posts on Facebook under the name Mujahid Karim supporting Sharia law and stating he was “willing to die in the cause of Allah”. The hearing continues.