Sunday, May 28, 2006

Audio recordings help prevent bombing of Ministry of Sound

From an article in the UK's Guardian newspaper:

An alleged British terror cell talked of blowing up London's Ministry of Sound nightclub, the Old Bailey heard today.

Jurors were played secret security service recordings in which two members of the alleged cell discussed possible terror targets in the capital and across England.

Jawad Akbar and Omar Khyam, both members of the group - which was allegedly linked to al-Qaida - considered the Ministry of Sound, which can hold up to 1,800 people, to be an easy target.

(Hat tip: Winds of Change)

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