UK decide orders soldier accused of terrorism offence remanded in custody
LONDON (Reuters) – A decide on Saturday adjourned authorized proceedings in opposition to a serving soldier within the British military who’s accused of terrorism and explosives-related offences and remanded the 21-year-old in custody, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) mentioned.
London’s Metropolitan Police mentioned on Friday that they had charged Daniel Abed Khalif from Stafford in central England with eliciting or trying to elicit in August 2021 data that could possibly be utilized by an individual committing or getting ready an act of terrorism.
He was additionally charged with the offence of putting an article which different individuals may concern was a bomb on or earlier than Jan. 2 this yr.
When Khalif appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court docket on Saturday, the decide adjourned proceedings till Feb. 3 in order that the Legal professional Normal can provide permission for the case to go forward, the CPS mentioned.
It mentioned Khalif didn’t make a plea and was remanded in custody.
(Reporting by James Davey; Enhancing by Helen Popper)