Place of Birth: East London, United Kingdom;
Mohammed Chowdhury is a 24-year-old man has been convicted of terrorism offences following an investigation by the Met Police Counter Terrorism Command.
He pleaded guilty on 18 November to four counts of possessing documents likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism, under section 58 of the Terrorism Act (TACT) 2000.
Chowdhury was also found guilty on 10 February, of attempting to possess an explosive with intent to endanger life or property, contrary to section 3 of the Explosives Substance Act, 1883.
He paid £300 for what he believed to be a real grenade, but was immediately arrested in a sting by armed police. Chowdhury also appeared to have attempted to buy a balaclava, lock picks, a stun gun and a handgun online.
Chowdhury also downloaded a number of extremely concerning documents and manuals, containing details of how to create and deploy explosives and lethal weapons. Then he made very serious attempts at trying to get hold of a hand grenade.
At this moment, no connections were found with this entity.
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