Mobile phone seized from extremist in Liverpool prison

An extremist has had a mobile phone seized from him in a prison in Liverpool after fears he was radicalising other inmates.

Rajib Khan, who is 38 and from Luton, was one of a group of men jailed in February after an undercover police operation found they were drumming up support for Islamic State.

He is serving a five-year sentence in HMP Altcourse, Liverpool.

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  • Norman_In_New_York

    The government still doesn’t get it. This is war, not criminal activity, and must be treated as such. Imprisonment for five years is a waste of resources.

    • Exile1981

      I prefer intombment for terror crime.

  • Krista Kay

    Why would an ISIS recruiter have a cell phone in prison! Deport them to their country of origin. Saudi Arabia.