Man charged with helping imam murderer flee UK
Britain's counter-terrorism officer, investigating the murder of a Bangladeshi-origin imam, on Tuesday charged a 24-year-old man for helping his killer flee the country.
Jalal Uddin died of multiple injuries in the head and face in the UK earlier this year and his killer, Mohammed Abdul Kadir, was convicted of the 71-year-old’s murder earlier this month.
Kadir is believed to have fled to Syria and joined the Islamic State (IS). Md Syadul Hussain has now been charged with assisting an offender contrary to Section 4 of the Criminal Law Act 1967 and is accused of helping Kadir leave the country for Turkey three days after the murder on February 18.