Abu Hamza is likely to appeal the verdict in his US terror trial, according to his defence lawyer, who cited "insurmountable" problems relating to the evidence presented in the process.
John Dratell told reporters outside the Manhattan court that his client believed his trial was "not about justice" but instead about "getting a conviction.
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