Bail refused to man charged with PSNI data leak due to security fears
Spreadsheets containing names of officers and images of explosive detonators were found on two devices in Christopher Paul O’Kane’s home
A man has appeared in court in Co Antrim charged with two terror offences relating to a major Police Service of Northern Ireland data breach.
Christopher Paul O’Kane, 50, from Main Street, Feeny, has been charged with possessing documents or records likely to be useful to terrorists and possession of two mobile phones for use in terrorism.
At Coleraine Magistrates’ Court sitting in Ballymena on Monday, O’Kane sat handcuffed between two police officers. He refused ...