Place of Birth: United Kingdom;
Trevor Mulindwa is a British citizen who tried to travel to Somalia to join the Al-Shabaab terrorists group. He was jailed for six years in 2015 after his arrest in a prayer room at Heathrow Airport in London before he was to board a flight for Mogadishu.
He is taken back in a British jail after breaking the terms of his early release by owning a moped. Mulindwa was recalled to prison in November after police learned that he also kept a banned smartphone in the moped’s carrier box, the London’s Metropolitan Police said.
He had been barred from using the internet after radicalising himself using online sources, and was ordered to tell police if he planned to buy a motor vehicle.
The court heard he had become radicalised at the hospital, where he was being treated for schizophrenia, and had asked Muslim staff which mosques he could visit to become an extremist. He had also expressed interest in becoming a suicide bomber.
Mulindwa had sought to travel to Somalia after being released from hospital, where he was being treated during the last days of another jail sentence for drugs offences.
On May 12 2020, he was charged via postal charge requisition with breach of a Part 4 Counter Terrorism Act 2008 notification requirement.
Mulindwa appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Friday, May 22 2020, where he pleaded guilty to the offence. The judge sentenced him to eight weeks’ imprisonment and ordered him to pay a £122 victim surcharge.
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