Amman, who had a “strong loathing towards non-Muslims”, had become more violent at Belmarsh Prison and tried to radicalise other inmates, it was said.
An intelligence report added that he had a “strong desire to go to the afterlife” and “openly shared extremist views and a desire to kill the Queen, become a suicide bomber and join Isis”.
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