A Muslim convert who swore allegiance to Isis planned to kill 100 people in a terror attack in London while taking part in a deradicalisation programme, a court has heard.
Lewis Ludlow, of Rochester, had secret communication with British jihadi Junaid Hussain, who was killed in a drone strike in Syria. In June 2015, he discussed planning an attack with Hussain and mentioned his job at Royal Mail.
He wrote: “At my job at a Royal Mail warehouse we had a book that mentions how staff look out for suspicious items like bombs. I’m thinking should I find this info out more as Royal Mail rarely check items. It is perfect to send something lethal through.
Hussain told him it was a “good idea” and Ludlow promised to “look into it”.
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