I rettssaken mot det pakistanske paret som er tiltalt for terrorplaner mot jødiske mål, kom det frem at konas GPS hadde «jødiske» adresser som favorittmål. Byen fløt av DVD’er om hvordan man lager bomber med kjemikalier.
Ektefellen Shasta Khan har endret forklaring flere ganger i retten. Aktor sier hun er tatt i løgn i 27 av 28 avhør. Det fortsetter i retten.
Han hevder hun ble tvunget inn i ett ekteskap, før hun havnet sammen med Sajid Khan.
Britisk politi arresterte sist uke først seks så syv personer mistenkt for terror. Den pågående rettssaken mot Khan-ekteparet viser at det gjærer blant britiske muslimer.
It was a return to faith that assisted finding her latest husband in 2010, Mohammed Sajid Khan, who has pleaded guilty to preparing acts of terrorism and to three counts of owning prohibited terrorist material. Mrs Khan denies the same charges.
But this marriage, in which the couple changed their dress from Western to tradition Muslim garb and head coverings, turned sour the morning after their wedding day, Mrs Khan claimed.
“He would call me all sorts of names, dumb bitch, slag, prostitute…He would threaten me, punch his hands together and say this is what I will do to you,” she said. Mrs Khan also claimed he forced her to do sexual acts.
On Tuesday morning during the presentation of evidence by the prosecution, tapes were played of Mrs Khan’s police interrogation. She had been asked why her SatNav had Jewish roads, the Jewish Agency and a house labelled “HQ” set as favourite locations.
She answered: “I don’t know” and “I don’t remember.”
When officers quizzed her about the dozens of extremist DVDs and CDs on jihad and terrorism, including chemical weapons, found in her car and bedroom, she was heard to say: “It was a mistake. I asked my husband to copy them for me.”
On Wednesday, Mrs Khan claimed she had been violently forced by her husband to make car journeys around Prestwich and Jewish areas. “On the first trip to Manchester, he grabbed my head and smashed it on the dashboard. I was too scared to say anything.”