A hi-tech terrorist who stored information about his Islamic State activities on James Bond style cufflinks is facing jail.
Samata Ullah, 34, from Cardiff, used secure messaging websites to offer his computer expertise to the Cyber Caliphate Army – a group renowned for carrying out hacking attacks on behalf of Isil.
When he was arrested police found around 30 pairs of USB storage devices that were disguised as cufflinks.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Telegraph