Chez Copeland – a Coventry Man Arrested on Terror Charges

October 23, 2018 | Brainwave Science

Chez Copeland – a Coventry Man Arrested on Terror Charges


According to media reports a man faced terror charge after homes were evacuated in Coventry, the West Midlands, England. The 20-year-old Chez Copeland was arrested as the bomb squad searched a city house for several days and several homes were evacuated. Chez Copeland of Brookside Avenue, Whoberley, was accused of having notes – relating to explosives – that were likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism, contrary to Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000.  Copeland was also accused of two offenses under the Explosives Act, as well as possessing a stun gun. Initial arrest of Copeland occurred when an Army bomb disposal team arrived in Brookside Avenue on April 24th, 2018 and neighbors were evacuated while extensive searches of the property were made.


The main goals of people who perpetrate terrorism are: to discredit the balance of power; to show its inaction; to sow fear and panic and to create anarchy and unrest.  For these purposes, respectively, the greatest damage may be caused by a terrorist act in the most crowded or “painful” place for any society (hospitals, schools, churches, kindergartens, subways, etc.). Like in our case in Coventry, in order to implement the searches, Brookside Avenue and neighbors were evacuated.

If any terrorist attack succeeds in any society, a period of fear begins. During this period, people are afraid to leave their homes, use public transport, appear at public events, and so on. Counterterrorism organizations are aware of every threat posed by domestic or international terrorists, but they find it extremely difficult to identify the source and know where and how they will carry an attack before it’s late. For counterterrorism agencies, the primary aim is to get accurate information fast enough to mount raids and detain suspects before they could plan or execute a terror attack.

Counterterrorism agencies face a great challenge in discovering the right solution to identify the criminals/terrorist, provide accurate intelligence and leads and support the agencies to prevent future terrorist attacks.

Given the pace and scope of lone-wolf attackers and terrorist networks, an efficient method of intelligence collection that can quickly preempt and neutralize hostile threats is imperative.


Terrorism is a serious threat to the security of individual states and the world community as a whole. Every year in the world hundreds of acts of terrorism are committed, and the sorrowful account of their victims amounts to thousands of dead and maimed people. The only solution to crush terrorism is through the use of the most advanced forensic technology that is safe, non-invasive and has unprecedented accuracy rate in providing intelligence and leads that no other existing investigative tool could offer. The technology that sets a new standard is developed by Brainwave Science and it’s called iCognative. The technology is so powerful that it empowers law enforcement agencies to capture terrorists before they attack.

Counterterrorism agents must utilize iCognative technology to determine if an individual’s memory contains specific knowledge of any fact or situation, such as the details of a crime scene, bomb-making knowledge, or the inner workings of a terrorist organization. The value of this unique solution stands in its capacity to find concealed information from the human brain and provide results with over accuracy of 99.9%. The technology is so fierce that it can identify active or inactive terrorists before and after any terrorist act happens.

iCognative can be of significant aid in gaining valuable intelligence, especially in the current situation, as the young man is just a suspect, but his brain can reveal that he has details of terrorist training, bomb-making knowledge and other planned details in his brain.

 These details are called a series of stimuli, which can be essentially case related investigation details and will be input into the iCognative system. Case facts must include details only known to the perpetrator and investigator too, all stimuli are then displayed on a digital screen for the suspect to just observe. These stimuli can be in the form of words, pictures or phrases, depending on its availability. Once the test is completed the system analyzes the brainwave responses of each suspect and displays results with over 99% guaranteed accuracy in each and every case.

In the case of Coventry man – Chez Copeland accused and suspected of  terrorist affiliations with an intent to carry our terrorist act, law enforcement agencies can utilize investigation details such as knowledge of explosives; details of his contacts to others; digital forensics results from the devices he carried; searched carried out by him regarding purchase of guns; type and picture of gun recovered; IED/EOD bomb-making knowledge etc., including testimonies from friends, neighbors and all persons of interest in the case provided to law enforcement all can be used to conduct a test on him. Once done iCognative technology can provide valuable intelligence to apprehend other terrorist sympathizers, unravel the plans for future attacks that the suspect might be aware of and thwart attacks that can save valuable lives and deter others from carrying out terrorism-related actions. It may very well become a vital force in dismantling a budding extremist-affiliated group in the region if the investigators are able to uncover intelligence that Chez Copeland has been concealing from law enforcement.

iCognative provides the key to desiccate terrorism around the globe it is a vital link that emphasizes the importance of threat prevention, threat detection, and threat deterrence.


Main Source: CoventryLive


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