UK Terror Fears!!!!
THREE CHARGED OVER TUBE TERROR PLOT
Three men have been charged over an alleged plot to release cyanide gas in the London Underground.
They are believed to be from either Tunisia or Morocco.
Reports say the suspects are part of a muslim fundamentalist group with links to al-Qaida.
Rabah Chekat-Bais, 21, Rabah Kadris, in his mid 30s, and Karim Kadouri, 33, all of no fixed abode, have been charged under Section 57 of the Terrorism Act 2000 for the possession of articles for the preparation, instigation and commission of terrorism acts.
Unemployed Chekat-Bais appeared before London's Bow Street Magistrates Court last Monday and Kadris and Kadouri, also both unemployed, appeared in the court on Tuesday.
All three men were remanded in custody to appear before magistrates again on November 18.
Scotland Yard is refusing to comment on claims in the Sunday Times the attack involved releasing cyanide gas on the Tube network.
Sunday Times assistant editor Nicholas Rufford told Sky News: "There were six arrests originally, three people were released, only three were charged."
My understanding is that no chemical or bomb-making equipment was recovered. So that suggests that the equipment or the materials may still be out there and as far as I understand the investigation is continuing."
The plan I believe was to bring the ingredients of a gas bomb into the country. As far as I know, as far as I understand, the materials never arrived."
Lindsay Davenport Andre Agassi
"If something special happened all the time, it wouldn't be so special.'' - Agassi, Wimby 2003.