15/01/2014

Man Jailed For Refusing To Reveal Password

A 22-year-old man has been jailed for four months for refusing to reveal a password to police.

Syed Hussain was in jail serving a term for being part of a group that had allegedly planned to attack a Territorial Army base in Luton.

Hussain was further convicted of failing to provide police with a password to a memory stick seized in a counter-terrorism operation.

It is understood that he had claimed to have forgotten the password. He was sent back to prison with an additional term of four months.

(MH/JP)

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