Walsall teenager convicted of terrorist offenses

A teenage boy was accused of having explosives and of sharing online material that could be used to encourage terrorist acts.

Walsall teenager convicted of terrorist offenses

A teenage boy was accused of having explosives and of sharing online material that could be used to encourage terrorist acts.

Vaughn Conrad John Dolphin (19) was taken into custody in Aldridge, Walsall on 27 June. He was located at an address in Cheshire.

He was charged Monday with eight charges under the Terrorism Act, and two under Explosive Substances Act.

He will appear at Westminster Magistrates Court later.

According to the West Midlands Police, the teenager was charged with possessing explosive substances in large quantities.

He was also charged with sharing online material that could be used to encourage the preparation, commission or instigation terrorist acts.

Six counts are also brought against Mr Dolphin for possessing documents that could be used to aid in a terrorist's act.

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