On 2nd May 2017 Samata Ullah was sentenced to 8 years’ imprisonment with an extended licence of 5 years at the Old Bailey for various terrorism offences including professing to be a member of ISIS, terrorist training and preparation of acts of terrorism. He had pleaded guilty to five offences earlier in the year. Tom Little was instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service and was led by Brian Altman QC.
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