"7/7" Trial: Mohammed Shakil, Sadeer Saleem & Waheed Ali

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"7/7" Trial: Mohammed Shakil, Sadeer Saleem & Waheed Ali

The Antagonist
Joined: 25 Nov 2005, 11:41

08 Feb 2008, 23:35 #1

Here we go....
Three deny July 7 terror plot
PA, 3 hours ago

Three Leeds men accused of conspiring with four bombers during the July 7 2005 terrorist attacks on London have appeared in court via video-links.

Mohammed Shakil, who is in his early 30s, and Sadeer Saleem and Waheed Ali, both in their 20s, will stand trial at Kingston Crown Court on April 2.

All three men, from the city's Beeston area, deny the charges.
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amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

14 Feb 2008, 00:15 #2

Thanks to Sinclair
Published Date:  09 February 2008
Source: Press Association
Location: The Press Association Newsdesk

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Three men accused of conspiring with four bombers during the July 7 terrorist attacks on London have appeared in court via video-links.

Mohammed Shakil, who is in his early 30s, and Sadeer Saleem and Waheed Ali, both in their 20s, are due to stand trial at Kingston Crown Court on April 2.

All three men, from Beeston, Leeds, are in custody pending their trial.

They watched via prison video-links on Friday as lawyers discussed the case during a hearing before trial judge Mr Justice Gross at Ipswich Crown Court.

The attack on the capital's transport network in 2005 left 56 people dead - including the bombers - and more than 700 injured. Explosions destroyed three underground trains and a bus.

In August, during a hearing at the Old Bailey in London, Shakil, Saleem and Ali all denied conspiring with bombers Mohammed Sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Jermaine Lindsay and Hasib Hussain to cause explosions.

The conspiracy is alleged to have taken place between January 1 2004 and July 8 2005.

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numeral
Joined: 04 Dec 2005, 17:55

02 Apr 2008, 12:50 #3

Wednesday 02 April 2008 13:33

Kingston Upon Thames
Court Number Case Number Name Current Status

Court 9

T20087141

MOHAMMED SHAKIL
SADEER AHMED SALEEM
WAHID ALI

For Trial - Case adjourned until 10:30 - 13:21
Follow the numbers.
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Bridget
Joined: 26 Nov 2005, 01:46

02 Apr 2008, 12:55 #4

Courtnewsuk:
KCC9: Kingston Crown Court trial of Mohammed Shakil, Sadeer Saleem and Waheed Ali, accused of helping the July 7 bombers plan their London suicide attacks. Probably not due to open until April 8.
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Sinclair
Joined: 24 Jan 2006, 22:57

08 Apr 2008, 16:01 #5

Published Date: 08 April 2008
Source: EP Leeds First & County
Location: Leeds

Jury selection starts for trial of '7/7 helpers'
By Paul Robinson

JURY selection has begun at the trial of three men accused of helping the July 7 bombers pinpoint possible targets.

Waheed Ali, 24, Sadeer Saleem, 27, and 31-year-old Mohammed Shakil all deny one charge of conspiring to cause explosions between January 1 2004 and July 8 2005.

They are alleged to have worked with Mohammed Sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Jermaine Lindsay and Hasib Hussain in the run-up to the quartet's suicide attack on London.

The four bombers, all from West Yorkshire, murdered 52 innocent people when they triggered explosions on the capital's transport network on July 7 2005.
Mr Justice Gross yesterday told 150 potential jurors that they would be asked to complete a 16-point questionnaire to help him select a 12-member jury for the trial at Kingston Crown Court.

He said: "As you know, Mohammed Sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Jermaine Lindsay and Hasib Hussain were responsible for causing a series of explosions on the London Underground and public transport systemon July 7, 2005, that killed 52 people and injured hundreds of others.

"It is alleged that Waheed Ali, Sadeer Saleem and Mohammed Shakil assisted these men by, in particular, conducting reconnaissance of possible targets in December 2004."

Mr Justice Gross was expected to select the final 12 from a panel of 30 today.
The prosecution, led by Neil Flewitt QC, is expected to open its case tomorrow.
Ali, Saleem and Shakil deny conspiring to cause by explosive substance an explosion to endanger the lives or likely to cause serious injury to persons or damage property in the UK.

Sidique Khan, a 30-year-old father-of-one who grew up in Beeston before moving to Dewsbury, is regarded as the ringleader of the attack on London. Tanweer, 22, came from Beeston, while Hussain, 18, was from Holbeck. Lindsay, 19, originally came from Huddersfield but later moved to Luton.
paul.robinsons@ypn.co.uk

The full article contains 328 words and appears in EP Leeds First & County newspaper.Last Updated: 08 April 2008 9:50 AM

http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/n ... 3957378.jp
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The Antagonist
Joined: 25 Nov 2005, 11:41

09 Apr 2008, 10:52 #6

'July 7 plot' prosecution to open
MSN News
pa.press.net - 09.04.2008 11:25

The prosecution in the trial of three men accused of helping the July 7 bombers to reconnoitre possible targets is expected to open its case.

Waheed Ali, 24, Sadeer Saleem, 27 and Mohammed Shakil, 31, all deny one charge of conspiring with Mohammed Saddique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Jermain Lindsay, Hasib Hussain and others unknown to cause explosions between November 17 2004 and July 8 2005 .

The four suicide bombers murdered 52 innocent people when they set off bombs on the capital's transport network in 2005.

The defendants in this case are accused of helping them check out potential locations to attack.

Neil Flewitt QC is expected to open the Crown's case against the defendants to the jury at Kingston Crown Court.

All three men deny conspiring unlawfully and maliciously to cause by explosive substance an explosion likely to endanger lives or cause serious injury to persons or damage property in the UK.
"The problem with always being a conformist is that when you try to change the system from within, it's not you who changes the system; it's the system that will eventually change you." -- Immortal Technique

"The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that's power. Because they control the minds of the masses." -- Malcolm X

"The eternal fight is not many battles fought on one level, but one great battle fought on many different levels." -- The Antagonist

"Truth does not fear investigation." -- Unknown
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The Antagonist
Joined: 25 Nov 2005, 11:41

09 Apr 2008, 11:01 #7

"And others" again:
July 7 plot trial to open
2 hours ago

The prosecution in the trial of three men accused of helping the London July 7 bombers to reconnoitre possible targets is expected to open its case.

Waheed Ali, 24, Sadeer Saleem, 27, and Mohammed Shakil, 31, all deny one charge of conspiring with the known bombers and others to cause explosions.

The Crown's case against the defendants is due to open at Kingston Crown Court.
"The problem with always being a conformist is that when you try to change the system from within, it's not you who changes the system; it's the system that will eventually change you." -- Immortal Technique

"The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that's power. Because they control the minds of the masses." -- Malcolm X

"The eternal fight is not many battles fought on one level, but one great battle fought on many different levels." -- The Antagonist

"Truth does not fear investigation." -- Unknown
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