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Shakil Tereena

Possession of Bomb-Making Manuals

(Tower Hamlets, East London)


Arrested in Tower Hamles, East London on 13th October 2013 for 'possessing documents likely to be useful in the commission of terrorist activity Mounir Rarmoul-Bouhadjar was likely released in April, 2015 - ironically not long after his conviction at the Old Bailey on 1st April 2015 (one assumes due to time already served whilst on remand).

What is most notable about the trial and conviction of Rarmoul-Bouhadjar, along with his scumbag Muslim playmate Erol Incedal (who was later mysteriously freed on appeal), is that their Old Bailey case was, from start to finish, shrouded in deep secrecy due to draconian reporting restrictions imposed by the judge, Mr Justice Nicol. The practice of imposing severe reporting restrictions on trials involving Islamic (Muslim) offenders appears to be becoming increasingly more widespread throughout the court system in Britain - itself notable as a process that is barely reported upon.

Regardless, there is little reason to suppose would-be bomb-making terrorist Rarmoul-Bouhadjar has done otherwise than returned to his old haunts and/or the surrounding areas of East London (do drop us a line if you know otherwise of course).