A woman has been found guilty of terrorism offences after fantasising about beheading Katie Hopkins.
The jury at Woolwich Crown Court found that Madihah Taheer was guilty today (October 26) and her husband and his sister have also pleaded guilty to offences that are similar.
A WhatsApp chat between the couple showed that they had spoken about who they wanted to behead. The man firstly suggested the leader of Britain First, Paul Golding.
Taheer then said: "I fantasise about Katie Hopkins head. She's the biggest kuthi [b*tch] of them all," according to Sky News.
The court also heard that the 21-year-old spoke to her husband Ummar Mirza about conducting an attack in celebration of their marriage.
The pair used a dummy and a knife made of rubber to practice terror attacks in their Birmingham home.
The woman later purchased a hunting knife for £120 as well as an item which would hide it underneath the clothes of whoever is carrying it.
West Midlands Police's head of counter terrorism Matt Ward said "I'm not going to confirm or deny any of the targets but there was a clear intention to plan for and carry out a terrorist attack."
He added that he believes that, if the group hadn't been stopped, it would have most likely taken place within Birmingham.
He also told Sky News that material shared by the three was "violent disturbing extremist material" and claimed the extremist views they hold can be traced back as far as two years ago.