After her conviction, Judge Peter Beaumont, the recorder of London, told her: “You have been, in many respects, a complete enigma to me.”
The judge sentencing Malik said her crime was on the “margins” of the offence of which she was found guilty. He said Malik was of “good character”. He added, “The Terrorism Act and the restrictions it imposes on the personal freedom exist to protect this country, its interests here and abroad, its citizens, and those who visit here."
Well, her they did for having a Dragunov sniper rifle manual... "Materials likely to be of use to someone preparing a terrorist act.."
But not much use if you don't have a Dragunov sniper rifle...
you should have lent her yours
it's in the pawnshop
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