According to BBC News, UK secret terror trial suspect Erol Incedal found guilty of having bomb-making document. The case of Erol Incedal and Mounir Rarmoul-Bouhadjar is a criminal case brought in the United Kingdom against two people suspected of terrorism offences. It was proposed to make it the first criminal trial in British legal history to be held entirely in secret, but the Court of Appeal of England and Wales ruled in June 2014 that some details of the trial should be made public.
The defendants, Erol Incedal and Mounir Rarmoul-Bouhadjar, were arrested on Mansell Street, Tower Hamlets, on 13 October 2013. It was said in court that the defendants were arrested “under high profile circumstances”.
Incedal is charged under the Terrorism Act 2006 with making preparations for terrorist activity between February 2012 and October 2013. Rarmoul-Bouhadjar is charged with possession of an improperly obtained passport under the Identity Documents Act 2010. Both defendants are charged under the Terrorism Act 2000 with possessing documents likely to be useful in the commission of terrorist activity.
Meanwhile, part of UK parliament evacuated due to suspect package, police say earlier today.