Samata Ullah, the British jihadi who hid terrorist-related instruction manuals in James Bond-style cufflinks has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
The 34-year-old British, who is from Cardiff, Wales, was arrested last year after the police raid his home in October 2016 and found 60 USB with manuals on how to make bombs and avoid detection from the authorities disguised as cufflinks. Ullah has downloaded the information from the internet and copied it onto the devices, which were found in his bedroom.
Ullah admitted five terror offences, including membership of the Islamic State terror group, as well being involved in terrorist training and preparation for terrorist acts. Police described him as a “very dangerous individual”.
Ullah was sentenced to eight years in prison with additional five years of probation.