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During a three-week trial he claimed he was simply an internet geek who had been caught out by draconian anti-terrorism laws. Roddis donned a false beard and moustache when he planted the fake bomb on the bus in Rotherham South Yorkshire in 2007 and was later convicted of two terrorism offences. Within the device was a piece of paper with Arabic writing which stated: ‘There is no God but Allah and Mohammed is the messenger of Allah. Common Warts he has always admitted the bomb hoax claiming he did it for ‘a laugh’. When police searched his bedroom at his mother’s

Common Warts

home they came across bomb-making recipes along with hydrogen peroxide and acetone some of the ingredients used in the July 7 bombs. But Roddis claimed he had bought the chemicals after he was mocked about his warts verrucas and yellow teeth by colleagues at call centre firm Loans Common Warts Assured. Nobody else would use it if I touched it.

Prosecutors said Roddis of Maltby Rotherham was planning to use explosives to derail a train but he said he was simply preparing an appeal against his earlier conviction. But an Old Bailey jury found him not guilty of engaging in acts for the preparation of terrorism after less than a day’s deliberation. Roddis wept as he thanked the jury.

He has always admitted the bomb hoax claiming he did it for ‘a laugh’. When police searched his bedroom at his mother’s home they came across bomb-making recipes along with hydrogen peroxide and acetone some of the ingredients used in the July 7 bombs. But Roddis claimed he had bought the chemicals after he was mocked about his warts verrucas and yellow teeth by colleagues at call centre firm Loans Assured. Nobody else would use it if I touched it. He said he had kept doing it every day for around three months but if had no effect.

Convicted terrorist who claimed he was using Common Warts bomb-making chemicals to treat his warts and bad teeth is cleared of plotting attack A convicted terrorist was cleared of plotting another atrocity today after claiming he was using bomb-making chemicals to treat his warts and bad teeth. Nicholas Roddis 27 was jailed for seven years in 2008 after he sparked a security alert by leaving a hoax bomb on the bus. He was released in January 2011 and despite being banned from using the internet used false identities to research explosives at public libraries a court heard. Prosecutors said Roddis of Maltby Rotherham was planning to use explosives to derail a train but he said he was simply preparing an appeal against his earlier conviction.

Within the device was a piece of paper with Arabic writing which stated: ‘There is no God but Allah and Mohammed is the messenger of Allah. He has always admitted the bomb hoax claiming he did it for ‘a laugh’. When police searched his bedroom at his mother’s home they came across bomb-making recipes along with hydrogen peroxide and acetone some of the ingredients used in the July 7 bombs.

Convicted terrorist who claimed he was using bomb-making chemicals to treat his warts and bad teeth is cleared of plotting attack A convicted terrorist was cleared of plotting another atrocity today after claiming he was using bomb-making chemicals to treat his warts and bad teeth. Nicholas Roddis 27 was jailed for seven years in 2008 after he sparked a security alert by leaving a hoax bomb on the bus. He was released in January 2011 and despite being banned from using the internet used false identities to research explosives at public libraries a court heard. Prosecutors said Roddis of Maltby Rotherham was planning to use explosives to derail a train but he said he was simply preparing an appeal against his earlier conviction. But an Old Bailey jury found him not guilty of engaging in acts for the preparation of terrorism after less than a day’s deliberation. Roddis wept as he thanked the jury.

He has always admitted the bomb hoax claiming he did it for ‘a laugh’. When police searched his bedroom at his mother’s home they came across bomb-making recipes along with hydrogen peroxide and acetone some of the ingredients used in the July 7 bombs. But Roddis claimed he had bought the chemicals after he was mocked about his warts verrucas and yellow teeth by colleagues at call centre firm Loans Assured. Nobody else would use it if I touched it –

  1. Within the device was a piece of paper with Arabic writing which stated: ‘There is no God but Allah and Mohammed is the messenger of Allah
  2. Prosecutors said Roddis of Maltby Rotherham was planning to use explosives to derail a train but he said he was simply preparing an appeal against his earlier conviction
  3. During a three-week trial he claimed he was simply an internet geek who had been caught out by draconian anti-terrorism laws
  4. When police searched his bedroom at his mother’s home they came across bomb-making recipes along with hydrogen peroxide and acetone some of the ingredients used in the July 7 bombs
  5. He said he had kept doing it every day for around three months but if had no effect
  6. Roddis donned a false beard and moustache when he planted the fake bomb on the bus in Rotherham South Yorkshire in 2007 and was later convicted of two terrorism offences

. He said he had kept doing it every day for around three months but if had no effect.

He has already been recalled to prison to serve the balance of his previous sentence and Common Warts is not due for release until January next year. During a three-week trial he claimed he was simply an internet geek who had been caught out by draconian anti-terrorism laws. Roddis donned a false beard and moustache when he planted the fake bomb on the bus in Rotherham South Yorkshire in 2007 and was later convicted of two terrorism offences.

But Roddis claimed he had bought the chemicals after he was mocked about his warts verrucas and yellow teeth by colleagues at call centre firm Loans Assured. Nobody else would use it if I touched it. He said he had kept doing it every day for around three months but if had no effect.

He has already been recalled to prison to serve the balance of his previous sentence and is not due for release until

January next year. During a three-week trial he claimed he was simply an internet geek who had been caught out by draconian anti-terrorism laws. Roddis donned a false beard and moustache when he planted the fake bomb on the bus in Rotherham South Yorkshire in 2007 and was later convicted of two terrorism offences.

Roddis donned a false beard and moustache when he planted the fake bomb on the bus in Rotherham South Yorkshire in 2007 and was later convicted of two terrorism offences. Within the device was a piece of paper with Arabic writing which stated: ‘There is no God but Allah and Mohammed is the messenger of Allah. He has always admitted the bomb hoax claiming he did it for ‘a laugh’. When police searched his bedroom at his mother’s home they came across bomb-making recipes along with hydrogen peroxide and acetone some of the ingredients used in the July 7 bombs.

Prosecutors said Roddis of Maltby Rotherham was planning to use explosives to derail a train but he said he was simply preparing an appeal against his earlier conviction. But an Old Bailey jury found him not guilty of engaging in acts for the preparation of terrorism after less than a day’s deliberation. Roddis wept as he thanked the jury.

But Roddis claimed he had bought the chemicals after he was mocked about his warts verrucas and yellow teeth by colleagues at call centre firm Loans Assured. Nobody else would use it if I touched it. He said he had kept doing it every day for around three months but if had no effect.

But Roddis claimed he had bought the chemicals after he was mocked about his warts verrucas and yellow teeth by colleagues at call centre firm Loans Assured. Nobody else would use it if I touched it. He said he had kept doing it every day for

around three months but if had no effect.

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