Trial may be moved for U.K. ricin suspect

The trial of a Bolton, United Kingdom, terrorist suspect who is accused of having a ricin recipe and bomb-making instructions may be moved from London to Manchester.
Asim Kauser was to appear at the Central Criminal Court in London, also known as the Old Bailey, but his case did not go ahead because officials are deciding whether or not to move proceedings to Manchester Crown Court. Kauser is charged with four offenses under the Terrorism Act relating to material allegedly found on a computer pen drive, the Bolton News reports.
The British national, whose family originates from Pakistan, is accused of having "various instructions in how to make an improvised explosive devise," according to the Bolton News.
Kauser is also accused of having a recipe to make the deadly poison ricin.

Kauser has entered no plea to charges of possession of records of information of a kind that is likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. The alleged offenses took place between January 2009 and June 2011.
Neighbors said they were shocked when officers from the North West Counter Terrorism Unit descended on Kauser's house earlier this year.

A date has yet to be set for Kauser's next hearing.