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A British man believed to be part of an extremist cell has been sentenced to four years in prison in Kenya for possession of bomb-making material.
Delivering the sentence in a Mombasa court, chief magistrate Evans Makori said he took into account the fact that Jermaine Grant had been in prison since his arrest in 2011. The prosecution wanted Grant to be jailed for seven years.
Grant is already serving a nine-year sentence for forging immigration documents and the four years will be added to his current sentence.
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The pair had been working on an investigation into the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslim men and boys by security forces and Buddhist civilians.
Grant is believed to be part of an al Shabab-linked cell that planned multiple attacks over Christmas in 2011 which were foiled by authorities.
Authorities say members of the cell include Samantha Lewthwaite, widow of Jermaine Lindsay, one of the bombers who killed 52 people on London’s transport system on July 7 2005.
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British Terror Suspect convicted of possession of bomb making materials
British Terror Suspect Jermaine Grant has been convicted of being in possession of bomb making materials that were to be used in launching a terror attack in ...
British man in Kenyan court accused of possessing explosives
(20 Feb 2012) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of the Mombasa Law Courts' bailiff calling out the name of suspect Jermaine Grant, pan to Grant standing up 2. Close-up of ...