Police officer who made fake 999 call saying cop would be kidnapped handed longer term



A West Midlands policeman who was jailed after he falsely claimed terrorists were going to kidnap a fellow officer has had his “unduly lenient” sentence increased by judges.
Using a false identity, Amar Tasaddiq Hussain, 30, claimed in a phone call (hear call above) that he had been recruited by a man named “Irfan” to kidnap an officer.
The claim was a lie and was made in an attempt by Hussain to discredit a local leader of peaceful Islamic group Dawat-e-Islam.
It resulted in a friend of his target being arrested and detained for 30 hours while cops scrambled to stop the alleged plot.... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 40
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