Reading and storing these documents gets you jailed

Posted in Ricin Kooks, War On Terror at 9:00 am by George Smith

Just having recipes on ricin and bomb-making on the pc or any memory storage device get you sent over in Britain.

That’s just a fact. And it’s been that way for a few years.

The latest from the beat:

Asim Kauser, 25, of Bardon Close, Bolton, is charged with four offences under the Terrorism Act relating to material found on a computer pen drive.

He is accused of having details likely to be useful to someone committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

The judge remanded him in custody until a trial. The date is yet to be fixed.

Mr Justice Calvert-Smith said the case should be heard in Manchester.

Mr Kauser is alleged to have committed the offences between January 2009 and June 2011.

One of the charges relates to having “various instructions in how to make an improvised explosive device”.

Another relates to a recipe for the poison ricin.

If you’re a young man or woman in Britain with dark skin and a “Muslim” name you can’t have this stuff. It’s a trip to jail if you’re caught, even if you’re only curious because you heard so much on them.

Examples of the tickets to jail.


  1. Mikey said,

    August 24, 2011 at 11:43 am

    Ut oh…I still have a directory full of “g-files” from the C-64 days on Q-Link (which later morphed into AOL) from almost 3 decades ago. Need Autovon codes or Blue Box construction hints? We were so serious about trading and collecting them.

    I know that this is an unintended benefit, but many of your articles take me back to simpler times. And for that I thank you.

  2. George Smith said,

    August 24, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Yeah. Blue Box files! We’re both pretty old school.