Gul (M), Regina v: CACD 22 Feb 2012

The defendant appealed against his conviction under the 2006 Act for disseminating terrorist publications. He had uploaded to the internet videos showing attacks ofn coalition forces on soldiers of the coalition. He said that his were not acts falling within the offence.
Held: The appeal failed. The court underlined the ‘comprehensive’ scope and ‘broad’ nature of the definition of terrorism in the 2000 Act
Sir John Thomas P QBD, Silber, Kenneth Parker JJ
[2012] EWCA Crim 280, [2012] WLR(D) 44, [2012] Crim LR 645, [2012] 1 Cr App R 37, [2012] 1 WLR 3432, [2012] 3 All ER 83
Bailii, WLRD
Terrorism Act 2000 1, Terrorism Act 2006 2
England and Wales
Cited by:
Appeal fromGul, Regina v SC 23-Oct-2013
Mr Gul appealed against a dismissal of his appeal against his conviction for dissemination of terrorist publications contrary to section 2 of the 2006 Act. The Court was now asked as to the meaning of ‘terrorism’ in section 1 of the Terrorism Act . .
CitedBelhaj and Another v Straw and Others SC 17-Jan-2017
The claimant alleged complicity by the defendant, (now former) Foreign Secretary, in his mistreatment by the US while held in Libya. He also alleged involvement in his unlawful abduction and removal to Libya, from which had had fled for political . .

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Updated: 06 April 2021; Ref: scu.451459