Belfast man sentenced to seven years for terrorism-related offences

A man from west Belfast has been sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to a number of terrorism-related offences.

46-year-old Kevin Nolan was also handed a 15 year notification order at Laganside Crown Court.

He was arrested at an address in Sunderland, England in September 2015 following a search of his parents' home in the Ballymurphy area of Belfast.

This uncovered a significant quantity of explosives, firearms and ammunition - as well as a black coat and balaclava

The items found included 651g of Semtex, approximately 400 rounds of ammunition, two handguns, one silencer and two detonators.


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