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Guilty of terror offence for not unlocking iPhone

Guilty of terror offence for not unlocking iPhone

Technology
The international director of Cage has been found guilty of a terror offence for refusing to unlock his iPhone and laptop while being detained at Heathrow Airport.Muhammad Rabbani was found guilty of wilfully obstructing a police search under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000.He was held under a "sweeping" power, his barrister argued, when he returned from Qatar after attending what he told police was a friend's wedding.After three hours of interrogation Rabbani was placed under arrest after refusing to provide the PIN and password for his devices.Rabbani told the court he had an obligation to protect confidential evidence on his iPhone and MacBook Air from a client of Cage's which regarded serious allegations of torture by "US agents"."It was a case involving the US against an individu...
Super League news: Junior Sa'u charged with grade B offence for knocking out Kallum Watkins

Super League news: Junior Sa'u charged with grade B offence for knocking out Kallum Watkins

Sports
Junior Sa'uMonday, July 10, 2017Salford centre Junior Sa'u has been charged with a grade B offence following the tackle that knocked out England international Kallum Watkins.Sa'u was sin-binned for the tackle during his side's 50-24 Super League defeat by Leeds Rhinos on Sunday and has been charged by the Rugby Football League's match review panel.A grade B offence carries a ban of one or two matches. Sa'u has the option of submitting an early-guilty plea, which would rule him out of Friday's league game at Castleford.Warrington's veteran forward Ben Westwood could be set for another spell on the sidelines.Westwood, who served a four-match ban earlier in the season for striking, made his comeback from a broken hand in the Wolves' 50-10 win over Leigh on Friday but has been charged with a g...