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Mother and daughter jailed for terror plot

15 июня
17:04 2018
Mina Dich and her daughter Rizlaine BoularImage copyright Met Police
Image caption Mina Dich (left) and her daughter Rizlaine Boular, have both plead guilty to terror charges

A mother and daughter, who were part of the UK's first all-female terror cell, have been jailed over a planned knife attack near the Houses of Parliament.

Rizlaine Boular, 22, who was going to carry out the attack, has been sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 16 years.

Her mother, Mina Dich, 44, has been given six years and nine months for helping her daughter.

The pair, who were sentenced at the Old Bailey, had admitted the offences.

The court heard that Dich drove her daughter around Westminster on a reconnaissance mission scouting targets.

The two later went to a branch of Sainsbury's to buy knives.

It was made public for the first time that Boular was shot by police when she was arrested at a flat in north-west London in April last year.

The Old Bailey was told that Boular and another woman had refused to comply with instructions from police to show themselves and put their hands where they could be seen.

Boular swore at police and moved her hand from behind a banister rail.

The court heard that an officer believed he saw something in her hand and fired three shots.

Her younger sister, Safaa Boular, 18, was convicted last week of planning a separate terror attack in the area around the British Museum in central London. She will be sentenced at a later date.

The women had discussed the attack in coded conversations about an Alice In Wonderland tea party.

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