Extremist pleads guilty; had Islamic State data in cuff link
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LONDON — A British court has disclosed that an Islamic State-linked extremist has pleaded guilty to five
Samata Ullah had a USB-equipped cufflink with a Linux operating system loaded onto it that was used to store extremist data, including a blog.
He pleaded guilty earlier this month at the Old Bailey courthouse to five
The 34-year-old from Wales was arrested in September and admitted ties to the so-called Islamic State group. He was found to have provided instructional videos on how to protect sensitive data and remain anonymous online through encryption programs.
UIlah has not been sentenced.