From December 15th, 2007
Terror suspect, Somali-born Kader Ahmed, 20, told a court he went on a trip arranged by preacher Mohammed Hamid, to Scotland at Christmas 2004. Part of the trip included camping near Loch Ness with hopes of seeing the famed Loch Ness Monster.
Hamid’s group, who included four of the men later convicted of the plot to bomb London on July 21, 2005, were known to go on paintball sessions and other camping trips that are suspected to be a cover for jihadist training courses.
Hamid and Kader Ahmed were both later found guilty for their participation in the training camps.