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Ipswich man in court on terrorism charge

PUBLISHED: 18:50 10 April 2004 | UPDATED: 04:46 02 March 2010

AN Ipswich man appeared in court today charged with possessing documents linked to terrorism.

French national Jacques Karim Abi-Ayad, 39, of Ipswich, was charged under Section 58 of the

Terrorism Act 2000 at Belmarsh magistrates court with having documents "likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing to commit" terrorist acts.

AN Ipswich man appeared in court today charged with possessing documents linked to terrorism.

French national Jacques Karim Abi-Ayad, 39, of Ipswich, was charged under Section 58 of the

Terrorism Act 2000 at Belmarsh magistrates court with having documents "likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing to commit" terrorist acts.

Standing with his head bowed in the glass-fronted dock, Abi-Ayad spoke only to confirm his name and address.

He was remanded in custody to appear at Bow Street magistrates court on April 16.

No application for bail was made.


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