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Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali denies Westminster knife plot

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Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali denies Westminster knife plot: A man blamed for arranging a blade assault in Westminster has denied setting up a militant psychological act.

Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali, 27, from north London, additionally argued not liable to two tallies of making or having explosives.

Mr. Omar Ali, who was captured in Parliament Street on 27 April, showed up at the Old Bailey in focal London using video interface from HMP Belmarsh.

He was remanded in guardianship and will next appear on 13 October, with a trial date set for 6 November.

Mr. Omar Ali is blamed for setting up a demonstration of fear-based oppression by purchasing blades and venturing out to London.

He is charged to have been conveying three blades when he was captured.

The two explosives charges identify with claimed action in Afghanistan in 2012.

The litigant, who spoke to himself in court, is a UK national who has conceived abroad however experienced childhood in north London.

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