UK: A financial analyst stored chemicals and electric circuitry that could be used to build explosive devices


A financial analyst stored chemicals and electric circuitry that could be used to build explosive devices, a jury at the Old Bailey was told.

Asad Bhatti also worked on a computer handbook that included the subject “Jihad and Martyrdom”, the court heard.

Bhatti, 48, from Redhill, denies making and possessing explosives for terrorist purposes.

A computer shop owner contacted police about the contents of Mr Bhatti’s laptop he was given to repair.

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Source: BBC News