Saturday, 23 February 2008

Liverpool 'terror doctor' appears in court

A man charged over the alleged London and Glasgow car bombs plot, who was arrested in Liverpool, has appeared in court.
Doctor Sabeel Ahmed, 26, made an application for bail during a private hearing at Woolwich Crown Court.
After one hour of argument, Mr Justice Calvert-Smith adjourned the hearing to a date to be set and remanded Ahmed back into custody.
He is accused of not disclosing information that could have helped police arrest a suspected terrorist.
Ahmed was arrested near Liverpool’s Lime Street station on June 30 last year and was later charged under the Terrorism Act.
Originally from Bangalore in India, he was the third person charged in the investigation.
He is the brother of Kafeel Ahmed, who was held at Glasgow airport after a burning Jeep was driven into the terminal building. He later died of his injuries.
Bilal Abdullah, 28, and Mohammed Asha, 27, both face trial later this year accused of conspiracy to cause explosions.
Last June two cars containing petrol, gas cylinders and nails were discovered in London.
The next day a burning car was driven into a terminal building at Glasgow airport.


He made an application for bail?, bloody cheek. Readers of this blog will be updated on this story as the case progresses, in the meantime this fella is safely behind bars where he belongs.


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