Two Britons on terror charges

BRITISH police said they had charged two people with offences under the Terrorism Act.

Amjad Mahmood, 29, and Shella Roma, 27, both of Oldham, were arrested on January 31, police said.

They were charged late on Saturday with having distributed a
terrorist publication with the aim of giving “direct or indirect
encouragement or other inducement to the commission, preparation or
instigation of acts of terrorism”.

They will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on February 12.


Hmm, have seen very little in the UK press about this, and it didn't need 90 days detention either.

Want to know what people think about extended detention.? Then visit the Labour Home website where they running a poll. Its most enlightening.


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