‘Secret trial’ student guilty of terror charge

Court artist sketch of Erol Incedal (centre), who was found guilty by the jury of possessing a bomb making document on a memory card which was likely to be useful to a terrorist. Picture: PA

Court artist sketch of Erol Incedal (centre), who was found guilty by the jury of possessing a bomb making document on a memory card which was likely to be useful to a terrorist. Picture: PA

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LAW student Erol Incedal was found guilty by the jury in the secret trial at the Old Bailey of possessing a bomb making document on a memory card which was likely to be useful to a terrorist, it can now be reported.

But the jury was discharged after it failed to reach a verdict on another charge of preparing an act of terrorism with others abroad.

A provisional retrial date of February 23 next year was set at a hearing before Mr Justice Nicol today.

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