British jihadists imprisoned after sending ISIS execution video to undercover police


British supporters of the ISIS terrorist group were imprisoned for eight years after sending a “very graphic” execution video to undercover agents.

Ibrahim Anderson, 44, was sentenced to eight years in prison for a serious crime prevention order for five years after being released on Wednesday.

He serves two-thirds of his judgment before qualifying for parole.

Anderson was arrested on October 21, 2020 and pleaded guilty to 10 distributions of terrorist publications, 4 possession of terrorist information, and 1 violation of terrorist notification requirements received after his previous release in April. .. Jail sentence.

Luton’s mechanic, born Andrew Anderson, was imprisoned for three years in 2016 for seeking ISIS support outside of Topshop on Oxford Street in London. Anderson ruled robbery in the 1990s and converted to Islam during that time.

The father of five shared videos of “very graphic” incidents, including decapitation, suicide bombings, and the glory of past battles with masked police officers.

Propaganda with titles such as “Flames Of War,” “Answer The Call,” and “Procession Of Light” also included fathers encouraging their children to follow martyrdom.

Judge Anderson, Judge Philip Katz, said some of the footage he shared was “at the worst end of the range seen in this court.”

In a message to the undercover investigator, Anderson also pledged: [the belief in the oneness of God], Raise a black flag in London. “

During his search for property and equipment, more terrorist material was found, including magazines containing instructions on terrorist attacks.

Anderson advocate Patrick Hart said his client must have downloaded the material along with the video, and he never opened or shared them.

Hart said his client was “repentant,” more open-minded about other religions, and expressed his remorse.

But he added that when Anderson spoke to undercover agents, he “turned to the Internet for some sort of liberation” during the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic.

The judge said Anderson “is spending a lot of time in the dark areas of the Internet.”

PA contributed to this report.

Lily Zhou