A person accused of being the fourth member of an Islamic State terror cell generally known as “the Beatles” has been remanded in custody after showing at court docket accused of terror offences.
Aine Leslie Davis, 38, spoke briefly to substantiate his identify and date of beginning when he appeared at Westminster magistrates court docket on Thursday.
He was arrested at Luton airport on Wednesday night after being deported to the UK from Turkey.
He has been charged with possession of a firearm for terror functions, and two expenses regarding funding terrorism, after a good friend allegedly tried to take €20,000 (about £17,000) to Syria. The costs relate to alleged offending in 2013 and 2014.
Davis, who wore a gray long-sleeve T-shirt and gray trousers, was remanded in custody by senior district decide Paul Goldspring.
He didn’t enter any pleas to the costs and can subsequent seem on the Previous Bailey on 2 September for a pre-trial listening to.
A Metropolitan police spokesperson stated: “A 38-year-old man has been charged with varied terrorism offences following an investigation by the Met’s counter-terrorism command.
“Aine Leslie Davis, of no fastened handle, was charged with offences opposite to sections 15, 17 and 57 of the Terrorism Act 2000.”
A spokesperson for the CPS particular crime and counter-terrorism division stated: “The CPS authorised the Metropolitan police to cost Aine Leslie Junior Davis for terrorism offences in 2014, and after being deported to England by Turkish authorities he has been arrested at Luton airport following his return to the UK.
“Mr Davis, 38, has been charged with terrorism offences and possession of a firearm for a objective related with terrorism.
“The Crown Prosecution Service reminds all involved that legal proceedings in opposition to Mr Davis are energetic and that he has the fitting to a good trial.”