June 15, 2007
by Gabriel Haboubi
Seven men who conspired with British al Qaeda leader Dhiren Barot to launch attacks in Britain and the US were sentenced to a combined 136 years in prison Friday in London's Woolwich Crown Court. The shortest sentence handed down was 15 years imprisonment, while the longest was 26 years. Six of... ...[read more]
May 16, 2007
by Michael Sung
A panel of three judges on the London Court of Appeal Criminal Division reduced the sentence of convicted bomb plotter Dhiren Barot from a minimum of 40 years to life to 30 years to life Wednesday because Barot's conspiracy did not amount to an actual attempt and it was unclear whether the plot... ...[read more]
April 3, 2007
by Alexis Unkovic
Dhiren Barot, a British man who pleaded guilty in October to planning a series of bombs on US and British targets, filed an appeal in London’s Court of Appeal Criminal Division Tuesday. Barot was sentenced to life in prison in November after pleading guilty to conspiracy to murder for his role... ...[read more]
November 7, 2006
by Holly Manges Jones
Dhiren Barot, a British man who pleaded guilty to planning a series of bombs on US and British targets, was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday. Barot was accused of planning several attacks, including the Gas Limo Project to blow up three limousines filled with explosives in undergrou... ...[read more]
October 12, 2006
by Jaime Jansen
Dhiren Barot, a British man accused of planning a series of bombs on US and British targets, pleaded guilty on Thursday to conspiracy to murder for his role in the Gas Limos Project bombing scheme and a separate plan to explode dirty bombs. Prosecutors alleged that Barot planned to use a ...[read more]

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