Refused to unlock your mobile Londoner was convicted of terrorism

A court in London found the head of human rights group Cage, guilty of “committing crimes of a terrorist nature”. On Tuesday, September 26, reports the Telegraph.

The reason for this was the failure of Rabbani Muhammad to give police the password from the mobile phone and tablet. The man was detained in London’s Heathrow airport on 20 November 2016, but he did not fulfill the requirement of guards to unlock their devices.

According to Rabbani, they contained confidential information. In the case if it fell into the hands of the police, it would be a violation of the inviolability of personal and professional life.

The court Rabbani was released on parole and ordered him to pay about 620 pounds.

The man is going to appeal against the court verdict.