Three people arrested in an investigation into right wing terrorism deny possessing parts of a 3D printed firearm.
Today, Daniel Wright, Liam Hall, and Stacey Salmon were all arrested for terror offenses.
All three face the same charge: possessing parts of a 3D-printed firearm intended for terrorist purposes.
Liam Hall, 30, pictured with his girlfriend, Stacey Salmon, 28, are both charged with the possession of components of a 3D-printed firearm for terrorist purposes
Samuel Whibley (28), of Derwen Deg Menai Bridge in Anglesey is charged with six counts of encouraging terrorism.
He was also charged with disseminating terrorist publications.
They were all arrested in May at addresses in West Yorkshire and North Wales.
They appeared in court via videolink, from Yorkshire prisons, and entered not guilty pleas for a total of 20 terror-related and firearms charges.
After the arrests, Martin Snowden, Detective Chief Superintendent and Head of Counter Terrorism Policing North East said that ‘We understand that these arrests as well as police activity have caused considerable worry within our communities, in particularly the impact of speculation about them and ongoing inquiries across social networks.
“Public safety remains our number-one priority at all time.” An extensive and thorough investigation has led to these four individuals being put before courts. ‘
Salmon, 28 years old, is pictured with Liam Hall, 30. He is charged for possessing articles for terrorist purpose and possessing a weapon
Wright, 29 years old, of Whinfield Avenue in Keighley, West Yorkshire is charged with disseminating terrorist publications that encourage terrorism and offences manufacturing and possessing firearms.
He is also charged with possessing articles related to terrorism and possessing documents or records likely to be helpful to a person committing an attack on terrorism, in violation of section 58 of The Terrorism Act.
Liam Hall (30), of Hill Top Walk is charged with possessing terrorist articles and possessing and making a firearm.
Stacey Salmon (28), Hill Top Walk, Keighley West Yorkshire, is Hall’s girlfriend. Together they have four children. She is charged with possessing articles terrorist and possessing a weapon.
Pictured: Daniel Wright (29), is charged with the following offenses: Disseminating terrorist publications, possessing articles for terrorist purpose, and the collection information contrary to section 56 of the Terrorism Act
All of the offenses are alleged to have occurred between January and May, prior to their arrests in May 1.
According to The Sun, Wright and Hall are believed to have made this gun.
After all four of them denied the charges Mr Justice Spencer took them into custody.
They will be appearing in court at Sheffield Crown Court on January 11th 2022.