British Muslim to face terrorism trial in Kenya

The Telegraph

 Jermaine Grant, a British Muslim, is due to face trial today accused of hoarding bomb-making equipment that police believe he planned to use in attacks on tourist hotels in Kenya.

A Kenyan Defence Force soldier

A Kenyan Defence Force soldier keeps lookout on the coast near Burgabo village, Southern Somalia Photo: AFP/GETTY

By Mike Pflanz, Nairobi

7:00AM GMT 20 Feb 2012

Grant, 29, from Newham, east London, was arrested before Christmas last year with a Kenyan woman he had married days earlier, and a second Kenyan man.

Chemicals including ammonium nitrate, acetone and lead nitrate were found in the one-bedroom apartment Grant had rented in a rundown suburb of Mombasa, the largest city on Kenya’s coast.

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