Terrorist's wife sentenced

The wife of Richard Dart, a convicted terrorist, has pleaded guilty to failing to provide information that might have helped in his arrest and prosecution.

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Terrorist's wife spared jail

The wife of a convicted terrorist has been spared jail after she admitted obstructing police. Ayan Hadi from Acton failed to tell authorities that her husband was planning to fly to Pakistan, for combat training. Richard Dart was arrested in Stratford just before the Olympics. Ronke Phillips reports

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Terrorist's wife "did not have jihadist tendancies"

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Wife of convicted terrorist Richard Dart. Given a 12 month suspended sentence and 2 year supervision order @itvlondon

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Judge said he excepted Ayan Hadi did not have any jihadist tendancies herself and gives her credit for pleading guilty @itvlondon

Terrorist's wife "does not condone" his actions

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Lawyer for wife of convicted terrorist Richard Dart tells court she does not condone or support anything her husband stood for @itvlondon

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Court hears wife od convicted terrorist Richard Dart met him through internet site and married him a month later. @itvlondon

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Wife of convicted terrorist Richard Dart gAve birth to a baby girl weeks before her husband was jailed. Girl is now 9 months @itvlondon

Richard Dart's wife to be sentenced

The wife of a convicted terrorist, who pleaded guilty to failing to provide information that might have helped in his arrest and prosecution, is to be sentenced later.

Ayan Hadi, who's 31 and from Acton, is the wife of former BBC security guard Richard Dart, who was jailed in April.

Watch Ronke Phillips' report into the conviction of Richard Dart, from April.

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Terrorist's wife to be sentenced

Richard Dart, a Muslim convert, was jailed for six years for preparing acts of terrorism Credit: Metropolitan Police/PA Wire

The wife of a convicted terrorist, who pleaded guilty to failing to provide information that might have helped in his arrest and prosecution, is to be sentenced later.

Ayan Hadi, who's 31 and from Acton, is the wife of former BBC security guard Richard Dart, who was jailed in April.

He and two other men had planned to target the town of Wootton Bassett. At their trial, the judge described them all as "committed fundamentalists" who would have been prepared to kill.

See also: Convert faces jail on terrorism charges