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Although the prosecutor, Jonathan Sharp, has said that she was "an unlikely person to be an active supporter of terrorism" () she was found guilty under the Terrorism Act 2000 of possessing records likely to be useful in terrorism. During her house search showed the following "records": The Mujaheddin Poisoner's Handbook, Encyclopaedia Jihad, How to Win in Hand-to-Hand Combat, and How to Make Bombs. Peter Clarke, head of the Metropolitan police counter-terrorism command, said: "Malik held violent extremist views which she shared with other like-minded people over the internet. Merely possessing this material is a serious criminal offence."