Olympics 'terror' rap
An Islamist terror suspect in Britain charged with breaking restrictions on his movements had crossed through London's Olympic Park five times, reports yesterday said.
The 24-year-old - named only as CF - is suspected of being a militant for Somalia's al-Qaeda-allied al-Shabab rebels, The Sunday Telegraph and the Sunday Mirror said.
He is suspected of being a risk to national security and is subject to Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures - legal orders which restrict movements, contacts and computer use.
CF was deported from Somalia back to Britain in March last year.
He was arrested last month and charged with five breaches of an order banning him from using the train route that passes through the Olympic Park, in Stratford, east London. The alleged offences occurred between April and May.
A spokesman for the Crown Prosecution Service said: "CF has been charged with five offences of breaching his [banning order]. He is next in court on July 27."
The London 2012 Olympic opening ceremony will take place on the same day.