Al-Qaeda bomb plotter pleads to Europe for his freedom
Chris Grayling, the Justice Secretary, slams ‘unacceptable’ interference by Strasbourg judges as one of Britain’s most dangerous terrorists claims his rights were infringed.
One of Britain’s most dangerous al-Qaeda terrorists is seeking to have his conviction overturned on human rights grounds, The Telegraph can disclose.
Abdulla Ahmed Ali, the ringleader of aÂ suicide plot which could have killed 10,000 people, has gone to the European Court of Human Rights to claim his human rights were infringed by publicity before he was convicted of conspiracy to murder.
Abdulla Ahmed Ali, one of Britain’s most dangerous al-Qaeda terrorists, is claiming his human rights were infringed. (Telegraph)
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