- Police recovered fragments of text from Richard Dart's laptop which referred to Wootton Bassett
- Dart changed his name to Salahuddin al-Britani and became involved in extremism after moving from his home town Weymouth in Dorset to east London
- His beliefs were brought into the spotlight as part of a television documentary "My Brother the Islamist" made by his step brother Robb Leech
- In the film he was seen preaching in the street, attending extremist lectures
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