Hisham Muhammad, 26, was accused of having a stash of weapons and devising a contraption with lollipop sticks to drop a projectile from a small drone. The jury deliberated over four days before acquitting him of the terror charge. His cousin Faisal Abu Ahmad, 25, who lived with him in Victoria Avenue, Whitefield, was cleared of failing to disclose a plot to authorities.
Related Topics. Mr Muhammad explained he liked to invent household gadgets, such as a "coconut hammer" and a "fly zapper".
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Fake escort agency A jury last October failed to reach a verdict and following a retrial Mr Muhammad was found not guilty of preparing for an ne of terrorism. The Old Bailey heard he had an interest in weapons and his collection included axes, bear-claws, a tomahawk, a machete, and Japanese "ninja eggs" packed with glass shards and chilli seeds.
He had denied engaging in conduct in preparation for acts of terrorism. He was arrested in June after his landlord became suspicious after seeing knives, a tub of wires and a soldering iron at his home in Bury.