Originally Posted by twpd
That's a bit different. She was convicted for possession of terrorist materials.
This is not the same as being convicted for having thoughts. She was in possession of articles forbidden under the relevant act.
Yes, but what about the original charge?
And besides, there is no definition of "terrorist materials" in law, except that the police can make it up as they go along. Seriously, the owner's manual for a sniper rifle? FFS!