Syria weapons accused allowed to use the internet in college


A 26-year-old man accused of attending weapons training in Syria has had his bail varied to allow him to use the internet at college.

Eamon Bradley, with a bail address in Coshquin, is charged with attending a weapons and explosives training camp in Syria between April and October last year.

He is further charged with possessing a grenade with intent to endanger life or damage property in Syria.

Bradley was released on High Court bail in February this year with a condition he did not use the internet.

However, District Judge Barney McElholm, agreed to vary this condition after hearing the 26-year-old is now studying at the North West Regional College.

Bradley is now allowed to use the internet in his classroom, on a computer owned by NWRC, to access information relevant to his course. He will appear in court again this Thursday, October 8.