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British counter-terrorism police tracked him down after being passed intelligence by the FBI, who had been handed the information from authorities in Kenya.The judge said: 'He spent effectively all of his time on his own in his bedroom.'He had taught himself substantial IT skills, the use of which lie at the heart of the prosecution case.' Ullah became a key member of a group calling itself the 'Cyber Caliphate Army' - a disparate gang of computer experts who specialise in 'hacking and writing death writs'.One of the USB cufflinks, which Ullah had bought on a Chinese website, had a PDF version book titled 'Guided Missile Fundamentals' and another called 'Advances in Missile Guidance, Control, and Estimation.'The first was a manual used by the US to train rocket engineers until the 1970s and the second explained the science behind missile guidance systems.Anne tugged bashfully at the hem of her dress and wiggled her hips. “You look like a goddamn prostitute,” I blurted angrily.“You can’t go out with two strange men like that.” “Sam, how could you,” gasped my wife.
Ullah also worked on a website which was mainly in English and published 'everything about the Islamic State, fatwa [religious rulings] and articles.'Ullah was arrested in the street in Cardiff on September 22 last year in order to stop him from deleting material on his computer.