Jury sees ‘terror training’ video

Footage that allegedly shows a group of men practising military-style techniques in a New Forest terror training camp has been seen by a jury. A British Army officer told Woolwich Crown Court that the drills were similar to those of al-Qaeda insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Terror suspect ‘taunted police’

By Duncan Hooper Mohammed Hamid, 50, was allegedly overheard by an undercover police officer as they drove past Paddington Green high security police station. Woolwich Crown Court was told Hamid yelled: “Here is your terrorist, I’m here, come and get me.” The court heard that Hamid was travelling back with a group of young muslim men from a “terror training camp” in the New Forest. The undercover officer, who infiltrated the group after claiming he wanted to convert to Islam, also attended the camp…

‘Terror gang leader urged UK attacks’

The leader of a gang of trainee terrorists said he wanted to see “six or seven atrocities” before the 2012 Olympics, a court has heard. Mohammed Hamid, 50, also allegedly praised the 9/11 hijackers as the “magnificent 15”. Woolwich Crown court later heard that the four men convicted of the July 21 failed bombings attended camps and meetings organised by Hamid. Five men are on trial accused of links to a plot to conduct terrorist training camps in the UK. They deny the charges. David Farrell QC, prosecuting, said the men undertook exercises during a trip to the New Forest while pretending to hold guns. Footage of an earlier visit to the New Forest, shot by one member on his mobile phone, was shown to the jury.