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Ciaran Maxwell: Bombs made by former Royal Marine likely 'still in circulation' - Sky News

Ciaran Maxwell stockpiled bombs, mines and other arms in numerous dumps, funding their purchase by buying and selling cannabis. 22:33, UK, Monday 31 July 2017. Maxwell's locker at the military base Norton Manor Camp, in Somerset. Image: Maxwell's ...and more »

Ciarán Maxwell: Royal Marine bomb maker given 18 years - BBC News

A former Royal Marine from County Antrim who made bombs for dissident republicans has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. Ciarán Maxwell, from Larne, admitted a series of terror charges ahead of a pre-sentence hearing that began last Wednesday. After ...and more »

Royal Marine who supplied arms for Irish republican attacks jailed for 18 years - The Guardian

Ciaran Maxwell's arsenal included handguns, stolen military ammunition and homemade bombs. Photograph: Metropolitan police/PA. A former Royal Marine has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for amassing an arsenal of bomb materials intended for use in ...and more »

'Extremely dangerous' Irish Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell jailed for 18 years for making bombs designed to kill - Irish Post

'EXTREMELY DANGEROUS' Irish Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell has been jailed for 18 years for making bombs 'designed to kill.' Ciarán Maxwell has been jailed for 18 years. (Picture: Met Police). Ciarán Maxwell, 31, of Exminster, Devon and formally of Larne ...and more »

Ciarán Maxwell: The dissident republican who infiltrated the Royal Marines - BBC News

The jailing of Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell for terror offences raises troubling questions for the military. How was an Irish republican with links to violent dissidents able to infiltrate an elite Royal Navy unit and evade detection for so long? For ...and more »

Royal Marine terror bomb maker Ciaran Maxwell jailed for 18 years - Sky News

A judge says Ciaran Maxwell was motivated by "a hostility to the UK" when he supplied dissident Irish republicans with bombs. 22:31, UK, Monday 31 July 2017. Maxwell captured on CCTV at Powderham New Plantation in Devon. Video: Who is the terrorist ...and more »

Terrifying arsenal of Royal Marine turned IRA sympathiser who built 14 pipe bombs and researched hundreds of targets - Mirror.co.uk

A terrorist who infiltrated the British military has been jailed for 18 years for supplying bombs to dissident Irish republicans. Former Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell stashed anti-personnel mines, mortars, ammunition and 14 pipe bombs - four of which ...and more »

Islamists may have already infiltrated our armed forces - The Times

The sentencing of the Royal Marine-turned-terrorist Ciaran Maxwell exposes a key challenge facing the armed forces and police. How did Maxwell get through the net? All recruits to the forces are subject to basic security vetting but it is far from ...and more »

Ciaran Maxwell: Former Royal Marine who made bombs for Irish republicans jailed for 18 years - The Independent

A former Royal Marine who made bombs for dissident Irish republicans has been jailed for 18 years. Ciaran Maxwell stashed anti-personnel mines, mortars, ammunition and 14 pipe bombs - four of which were later used - in 43 purpose-built hides at eight ...and more »

Ciaran Maxwell: Terrorist bomb maker who infiltrated Royal Marines jailed for 18 years - ITV News

A former Royal Marine who supplied bombs to dissident Irish republicans has been jailed for 18 years. Ciaran Maxwell, 31, stashed anti-personnel mines, mortars, ammunition and 14 pipe bombs in purpose-built hides at eight locations across Northern ...and more »