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In pictures: Sohail Qureshi case

Sohail Anjum Qureshi

Sohail Anjum Qureshi was sentenced to four and a half years after admitting three terror charges.

Qureshi seated in turban

In his flat, police discovered pictures of al-Qaeda-trained Qureshi posing with automatic weapons.

Sohail Anjum Qureshi with gun

Police believe that, in 2006, Qureshi, who is originally from Pakistan, embarked on a plan to commit acts of terrorism - possibly against coalition forces in Afghanistan.

Sohail Anjum Qureshi  outside

Qureshi admitted in court his intention to commit or assist another to commit an act of terrorism overseas.

Batons

In the weeks before his intended departure to Pakistan, he gathered the necessary material, finances and information for his mission - including these steel batons.

Night vision goggles

Police believe Qureshi purchased night-vision goggles as part of his plan to carry out terror attacks.

Rucksacks

These two back-packs were recovered from luggage that Qureshi intended to take with him to Pakistan.



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