03 February 2008

The sad fate of cyber-terrorist

This is how the story starts:

One of al-Qa'eda's most influential cyber-terrorists, who used the internet to distribute images of beheadings and jihadist propaganda, ran his operation from a top-floor flat in Shepherd's Bush, west London.
This is how the story ends:
The courts took his activities so seriously that the 10-year jail term handed down to him at Woolwich Crown Court last year was increased to 16 years last month by the Court of Appeal.
This is what the "most influential" terronerd looks like:

The story doesn't say whether the picture was taken in the jail or before and whether the red splotches are traces of lipstick or not. If not, he can definitely do with some. But in jail... oh well...