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Farid Hilali not delivered to court - how can a Category A terrorist suspect be overlooked in Belmarsh prison ?

The Press Association reports that:

"Farid Hilali, 35, was due to appear at Bow Street magistrates court in London today but prison officials failed to deliver him to court. It was understood to have been an oversight."

How is it possible to "overlook" the court appearance of an allegedly major terrorist suspect ?? Just how many Category A prisoners are there to keep track of in Belmarsh prison ?

We have no idea about whether Hilali is innocent or guilty, but we are worried about the alleged use of voice analysis and what should be inadmissable mobile phone intercepts under a European Arrest Warrant extradition procedure to Spain.

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