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‘CD containing execution images found at terrorism suspect’s home’

(The Times London) Exploding vehicles and gunmen kidnapping someone from a car were among scenes on a CD found hidden under a carpet in the home of a student accused of terrorism offences, a court was told yesterday.

Images from the CD were shown to jurors at the High Court in Glasgow where Mohammed Atif Siddique, 21, of Alva, Clackmannanshire, denies five charges including distributing terrorist materials through websites and claiming to be a member of the al-Qaida terror network.

One clip, entitled Capture of a Pig, Working for Karzai, showed two gunmen running towards an estate car, which stopped. They dragged out the driver, tied him up, then bundled him into their own car and drove off.

The next picture showed the figure sitting cross-legged and bound on the ground. A shot was heard and the word “executed” flashed up.

A separate video clip showed men standing around what appeared to be dead and injured soldiers. The camera zoomed in to show close-ups of their injuries and showed an onlooker taking a watch from one of the dead men and holding up what appeared to be a US Navy identification card.

It then cut to a view of a laptop and scrolled down an English document mentioning “Operation Enduring Freedom” and illustrated with maps.

The footage then showed a vehicle being driven along a road and suddenly exploding.

A separate clip showed a masked man with a weapon talking in English and saying: “The honourable sons and daughters of Islam will not let you kill our families in Palestine and Afghanistan. It is time for us to be equals.

“As you kill us, you will be killed.”

The court was told that images of masked men carrying guns and pictures labelled Jihadi were found on a home computer at the house in Alva.

Siddique is accused of possessing items which gave a reasonable suspicion that they were connected with the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism.

Among the items described are imitation firearms and instructions on making bombs.

It is also alleged that he collected information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. He is also charged with setting up websites that demonstrate how to make explosives, distributing terrorist publications via websites and breaching the peace at Glasgow Metropolitan College by claiming to be a member of al-Qaeda.

The trial continues.


August 31, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll, Homeland security, news, personal, politics, random, religion, Terrorism, Terrorism In The U.S., Terrorism News, Uncategorized, War-On-Terror

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