An absconded defendant who was convicted of terror offences alongside Abu Izzadeen handed himself in to police today.
Shah Jalal Hussain, 25, disappeared while the jury trying him at Kingston Crown Court was still deliberating.
He failed to turn up at court last Tuesday and police have been searching his home address and those of his relatives for any sign of him.
Yesterday, he was found guilty of fundraising for terrorists alongside notorious Muslim activist Izzadeen.
Both men and four co-defendants were due to be sentenced today.
Izzadeen was yesterday convicted of fundraising for terrorism and inciting terrorism abroad after a series of rabble-rousing speeches at a central London mosque in support of jihad.
Simon Keeler, 36, was convicted of both the charges that Izzadeen faced. Abdul Saleem, 32, and Ibrahim Hassan, 25, were convicted of inciting terrorism but cleared of fundraising for terrorists.
Hussain and Abdul Muhid, also 25, were found guilty of fundraising for terrorists.
Rajib Khan, 29, was cleared of the same charge. The jurors failed to reach verdicts in respect of the charge of inciting terrorism overseas in his case.
They also failed to reach a verdict in respect of Omar Zaheer, 28, also charged with the same offence and a third offence faced by Izzadeen of encouraging terrorism.
Yesterday the Metropolitan Police put out an appeal for any information about the missing defendant after a ban on reporting his absence was lifted.Reuse content