Muslim convert to face terror trial

A Muslim convert is to go on trial accused of preparing an act of terrorism in Rotherham. Nicholas Roddis, 22, of Reedham Drive, Bramley, will go on trial at Leeds Crown Court. He faces 13 charges, including one of engaging in preparation of an act of terrorism between April 12 last year and July 12 last year. There are also 11 counts of possessing an article for a terrorist purpose, on July 11 2007.

They relate to containers of hydrogen peroxide and acetone, a mobile phone and a computer, a quantity of nails, railway detonators, a bomb-making recipe, a diary, and a list “which included the particulars of terrorist acts”.

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Muslim revert to face terror trial

A Muslim revert is to go on trial accused of preparing an act of terrorism in Rotherham. Nicholas Roddis, 22, of Reedham Drive, Bramley, will go on trial at Leeds Crown Court. He faces 13 charges, including one of engaging in preparation of an act of terrorism between April 12 last year and July 12 last year. There are also 11 counts of possessing an article for a terrorist purpose, on July 11 2007. They relate to containers of hydrogen peroxide and acetone, a mobile phone and a computer, a quantity of nails, railway detonators, a bomb-making recipe, a diary, and a list “which included the particulars of terrorist acts”.http://themuslimweekly.com/newsdetails/fullstoryview.aspx?NewsID=40336F9421B392C3C1822300&MENUID=HOMENEWS&DESCRIPTION=UK%20News

Terror case man denies bomb plot

An East Yorkshire man accused of making nail bombs and having bomb-making manuals has denied terrorism charges. Martyn Gilleard, 31, of Pool Court, Goole, pleaded not guilty at Leeds Crown Court to engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts. He also denies possessing articles for terrorist purposes and collecting information for terrorist purposes. Gilleard admitted having 34 cartridges of ammunition without a certificate. He will go on trial in Leeds on 16 June. Prosecutors allege Gilleard, who appeared by video link from Belmarsh prison in south east London, had researched how to make bombs on the internet and bought explosive materials and made four nail bombs. He was arrested in Dundee, Scotland, on 4 November last year.http://themuslimweekly.com/newsdetails/fullstoryview.aspx?NewsID=F073AE57EC785F040055FFEF&MENUID=HOMENEWS&DESCRIPTION=UK%20News