Racist teen guilty of terror charge

#1
http://news.uk.msn.com/uk/articles.aspx?cp-documentid=153229043

Hmm i'd definately not want to sit next to him on a crowded tube train.

And if having copies of the poor mans James Bond and Anarchist cookbook constitutes 'terror documents' i was lucky as a 12 year old schoolboy not to be doing a long stretch at her Majesty's pleasure :roll:

(Apologies if already posted)
 
#3
How said the youth of today have no get up and go in them.
 
#4
Since when can ownership of these publications be considered a terrorist act?
 
#6
vampireuk said:
Since when can ownership of these publications be considered a terrorist act?
It's a thought-crime.
 
#7
vampireuk said:
Since when can ownership of these publications be considered a terrorist act?
Thats exactley what I was thinking, theyre freely available on the net. Seems the new terror laws cover all things and everything
 
#8
Well I've gone and done it, I'm currently having a read of an online copy. I'm just waiting for the door to be kicked in and to be hauled off somewhere with a black bag over my head.
 
#9
vampireuk said:
Well I've gone and done it, I'm currently having a read of an online copy. I'm just waiting for the door to be kicked in and to be hauled off somewhere with a black bag over my head.
It's having the publications and intending to do something about it ie in this case Snr had the ricin.
 
#10
scalieback said:
vampireuk said:
Well I've gone and done it, I'm currently having a read of an online copy. I'm just waiting for the door to be kicked in and to be hauled off somewhere with a black bag over my head.
It's having the publications and intending to do something about it ie in this case Snr had the ricin.
But with the books the idea is mainly the improvisation of explosives / weapons etc I know the guy had ricin which made it a credible threat but you could concievably be arrested for being in possesion of the literature and a tin of custard powder ( which can also be turned into explosive) or 1001 other innocent objects.
 
#11
mon_colonel said:
scalieback said:
vampireuk said:
Well I've gone and done it, I'm currently having a read of an online copy. I'm just waiting for the door to be kicked in and to be hauled off somewhere with a black bag over my head.
It's having the publications and intending to do something about it ie in this case Snr had the ricin.
But with the books the idea is mainly the improvisation of explosives / weapons etc I know the guy had ricin which made it a credibe threat but you concievably be arrested for being in possesion of the literature and a tin of custard powder ( which can also be turned into explosive) or 1001 other innocent objects.
Reasonable suspicion
 
#12
Sangreal said:
i_love_ftorres said:
Hmm i'd definately not want to sit next to him on a crowded tube train.
Why not? He looks like a streak of piss.
Sarcasm clearly doesn't work over the medium that is an internet forum.
 
#13
Just as well he didn't vandalise a war memorial with terrorist graffiti or he'd really be in trouble.... oh... wait???
 
#14
Can see you lot being quite so laid back if a couple of muslims were found with ricin, pipe bombs a couple of IED manuals and
a violent manifesto.

Conclusions drawn.
 
#15
Micawber said:
Can see you lot being quite so laid back if a couple of muslims were found with ricin, pipe bombs a couple of IED manuals and
a violent manifesto.

Conclusions drawn.
Have you read the 'IED manuals' in question Micawber? Erm no i thought not. Why don't you have a quick google search for the Anarchist cookbook and see how hard it is to get hold of this 'terrorist document'. That's the point in question. I'm not denying that he should be doing time for producing ricin, we all have hobbies but hey. But since when did these easily obtainable downloadable pdf files become an 'IED manual'!?! I'm sure the Taliban would be nowhere without the 'Jolly roger cookbook'? :roll:

Besides shouldn't you be off posting on cageprisoners.com forums or suchlike?
 
#16
The 'Aryan Strike Force'? Try saying that in a Geordie(ish) accent, then imagine the 'anonymous phone call' after they'd blown up the local 'Greggs' in Bishop Auckland. Pair of f*ckwits.
 
#18
These two lowlifes should be treated with contempt, but seriously labelling them as 'terrorists' is probably their greatest achievement to date. I very much doubt this was anything but the fanatsy of a couple of losers downloading a pdf from the internet, setting up an orgaisation called the 'Ayran Strikeforce' and sprouting the usual BS about a zionist conspircacy blah blah etc.

But just to reiterate my point, my bone of contention is the 'terrorist documents' which anybody, any time can download being a imprisonable offence. Where does it stop?!?
 
#19
It's all a question of context.

Any of us can look at a web site selling wood chippers or butchery equipment and obviously there
is no problem.

But if it is allied with a plot to murder your neighboor and dispose of the body then it takes on a
completely different significance.
 
#20
Micawber said:
It's all a question of context.

Any of us can look at a web site selling wood chippers or butchery equipment and obviously there
is no problem.

But if it is allied with a plot to murder your neighboor and dispose of the body then it takes on a
completely different significance.
But you're hardly likely to chat about your little plan, are you? So is it just a case of assuming you could do something and then working from there? And who makes the assumption in the first place, the Old Bill?

MsG
 

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