Youngest terrorist

22nd August 2008 at 01:00

A teenager who was studying GCSEs at Westborough High in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, when he was arrested, aged 16, has become Britain's youngest convicted terrorist. Hammaad Munshi, now 18, was convicted of possessing documents promoting terrorism, including guides for making napalm and grenades. He will be sentenced at the Old Bailey next month.

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