[2007] EWCA Crim 1119

It was appropriate to impose a minimum term of 30 years' imprisonment on a terrorist who had plotted over a long period to commit mass murder even though his plan was defective, as it was possible that it might have been put into practice and might have resulted in serious loss of life and damage to property. The court gave guidance on appropriate terms of imprisonment in cases of inchoate terrorist offences.

CA (Crim Div) (Lord Phillips LCJ, Latham LJ, Treacy J)


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