Published Monday, 10 December 2012
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The accused arrived at Bishop Street courthouse in Derry on Monday, to cheers from waiting supporters and amid a heavy security presence.
Damien Harkin, 47 and from Westland Avenue; Jason Lee Ceulman, 42 and from Lecky Road; and 47-year-old Neil Christopher Hegarty, from Sackville Street, are all suspected members of the 'New IRA'.
They are charged with possession of an EFP - and explosively formed projectile - and with conspiracy to murder and possession of walkie-talkies for use in an act of terrorism.
The three men were arrested in a Renault Mégane, which was stopped by police in the Creggan area of the city on Thursday night.
During a search of the vehicle, officers found a holdall containing an armour-piercing rocket.
Appearing in the dock, all three men refused to recognise the court.
But a detective constable said that she could connect all three accused with the charges and added that police believed they had "foiled a deadly attack".
The court heard that the device had contained 200g of Semtex plastic explosive and, if it had been deployed, it would have caused extensive damage, loss of life, or serious injury.
The detective constable further told the court that police believed all three accused were members of a group styled as the 'New IRA', which posed a "significant threat" to police and prison officers.
During police questioning, none of the men had admitted membership of the group or made any further admissions.
Their bail applications were adjourned amid legal arguments over the admissibility of intelligence evidence and will now be heard on Thursday.