Monday 12 November 2007, by The Guardian
A 21-year-old student was convicted today of possessing CDs and computer material linked to Islamist terrorism, along with threatening to become a suicide bomber and other offences.
He faces a potential jail sentence of up to 15 years, the trial judge has warned.
Following the verdict, police said Mohammed Atif Siddique, from Alva, Clackmannanshire near Stirling in central Scotland, had been found guilty of «serious terrorism offences» that posed a genuine threat.
Siddique’s lawyer said he would appeal, arguing the student’s actions amounted to nothing worse than «what millions of young people do every day - looking for answers on the internet».
September 17, 2007
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