THREE people were brought to trial yesterday in connection with a right-wing terrorist conspiracy after police seized a 3D-printed pistol.
Each of them was charged with possession of a homemade revolver.
Stacy Salmon, 28, her boyfriend Liam Hall, 30, and former military man Danny Wright, 29, were also accused of possessing “articles related to terrorist act“.
Welder Wright and Hall allegedly made the gun.
Wright is also accused of distributing three materials that can be useful for committing terrorist acts. Salmon and Hall, who have four children, and a close friend of Wright, are all from Kayleigh, West York.
They were arrested earlier this month during coordinated terrorist raids across the country.
The fourth member of the alleged terrorist cell, 28-year-old student Samuel Whibley, was detained in Anglesey, North Wales.
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He is accused of creating, distributing and encouraging terrorism. He appeared with the other three at the Westminster Magistrates’ Court – all via video link.
They have been remanded in custody and will reappear at the Old Bailey on May 28.
Chief Inspector Martin Snowden said: “A thorough and thorough investigation has resulted in these people being brought to justice. Public safety remains our number one priority. “
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