A British terror suspect charged with being in possession of explosive materials had saved jihad literature in a computer storage device, a Mombasa court heard on Monday.
Scotland Yard computer forensic examiner
In his evidence before senior principal magistrate Joyce Gandani,
"Some speak of use of volt meter when used to test explosives detonators and fuses, deception bombs or booby trap," he said.
He went on: "I have personal knowledge of this document. I've seen it numerous times and the methods of creating devices or items that would hurt someone such as explosives or electric shocks. These documents are always aimed against the establishment."
"These files speak for themselves and show the person's interest in the construction of an improvised explosive device and with the chemicals files show intent to obtain the materials to make such a device," he stated in one of his reports.
The witness also stated that he retrieved stories on war in
Hearing continues Tuesday.
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