Glasgow & West Scotland

Men in court over Celtic 'parcel bombs'

Two men accused of a plot to kill Celtic manager Neil Lennon and high-profile supporters of the club have made a brief appearance in court.

Trevor Muirhead, 43, and Neil McKenzie, 42, are alleged to have sent suspected parcel bombs to Mr Lennon, QC Paul McBride and former MSP Trish Godman.

The packages are said to have contained nails and an explosive substance or petrol.

The accused deny all the charges against them.

The case, at the High Court in Glasgow, was adjourned until Thursday.

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