Martin PantonA paedophile serving ten years for child abuse has been jailed for a further four years on terror offences.
Twisted Martin Panton, 49, researched making explosives from his terraced home in Parkwood Street, Keighley.

Anti terror police and an Army Bomb Disposal unit swooped on the street, last year, and evacuated scores of local residents.
Panton was sentenced yesterday afternoon at Leeds Crown Court to four years in prison after pleading guilty to six offences under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000 (possessing a record containing information useful for terrorist purposes) and four offences under Section 4 of the Explosive Substances Act 1883 (possessing and making an explosive substance).
He was arrested by officers from the North East Counter Terrorism Unit in September 2016 after the discovery of explosive material at his home address.

Parkwood bomb
Detective Chief Superintendent Clive Wain, Head of the North East Counter Terrorism Unit, said: “Unlawful possession of highly volatile chemicals and explosives is not only extremely dangerous but is also a serious criminal offence. The materials were being held in a well-populated residential area and the consequences of them being ignited, either accidentally or deliberately could have been tragic. Thankfully the items were removed safely.
“Martin Panton conducted most of his research online. He downloaded a number of publications containing instructions on how to make explosives.
"We recognise the potential risks posed by the easy access to online publications and material which may constitute offences. If the public come across material which gives them cause for concern we'd always urge them to come forward and contact police in confidence on 0800 789 321 or via"

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