Indian Doctor Charged in U.K. Terror Plot... Over SIM Card
An AP newswire article, via MSNBC, reports that:
Australian federal police charged an Indian doctor with providing support to a terrorist organization Saturday, allegedly linking him to last month’s failed British bombings.More here.
Muhammad Haneef, 27, is the second person to be charged over the botched attacks on London and Glasgow on June 29 and 30. The other is Bilal Abdullah, who is being held in London on charges of conspiring to set off explosions.
Haneef “has been charged with providing support to a terrorist organization,” police said in a statement. The maximum penalty is 15 years in prison.