It Can’t Happen Here Update from CNN, :
LONDON, England (CNN) — Three men suspected of involvement in terrorism have appeared in a British court, charged with an array of offenses from fund-raising to conspiracy to murder.
Waseem Mughal and Younis Tsouli, both 22, and Tariq al-Daour, 19, spoke only to confirm their names and ages during a brief hearing Friday at Bow St. Magistrates Court in central London….
Mughal and Tsouli were charged with offenses including conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion.
On the hard drive of Tsouli’s computer, police found a film demonstrating how to make a car bomb, the statement said. In addition, a film was found showing “a number of places in Washington, D.C.”
Al-Daour was charged with conspiracy to obtain money by deception, fundraising and possession of money for terrorist purposes.
Mughal is from Kent, police said, while Tsouli and al-Daour are from London.
According to details of the charges released by police, authorities found a DVD entitled “Martyrdom Operations Vest” at Mughal’s home, along with a piece of paper upon which was written in Arabic, “Welcome to Jihad.”
In addition, police found a piece of paper with the words “hospital = attack” and a “recipe for rocket propellant and guidance on causing an explosion.”
And police believe the three conspired to use stolen credit card information to obtain items, and possessed “money or other property for the purposes of terrorism,” authorities said.