A man from Gloucester who was jailed for plotting to blow up a plane has admitted meeting Osama Bin Laden. Saajid Badat was giving evidence by videotape to a US court.
He was jailed in 2005 for planning an attack on a flight from Amsterdam to America. He was freed early in exchange for giving evidence against other terror suspects. Richard Payne reports on the man from Gloucester who ended up running errands for the most dangerous man in the world.
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