Published Monday, 08 October 2012
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Police revealed that the large device and equipment was found wrapped in bin liners during searches in the north of the city.
Brendan Joseph Campbell is charged with preparation of a terrorist act and possession of improvised explosives with intent to endanger life.
The 21-year-old, of Flax Street, Belfast, was detained after the device was discovered in Jamaica Street, in the Ardoyne area, last Thursday.
More than 30 homes were evacuated at the time while army experts made the missile safe.
Appearing in the dock at Belfast Magistrates' Court on Monday Campbell refused to stand up as the charges against him were read out.
A detective constable said he could connect him to the alleged offences.
He disclosed that police found the horizontal-type mortar bomb, a battery pack and 20 metres of command wire inside bin liners at the rear of Campbell's grandmother's home.
Questioned by defence lawyer Michael Crawford about the evidence against his client, the officer said: "This is a very large device.
"Forensic analysis has been carried out on the device and the defendant's fingerprints have been found on two of the black bin liners."
Mr Crawford pressed him on whether there was any evidence linking Campbell to the actual bomb.
He was told that forensic investigations are at an early stage.
The solicitor confirmed that his client was not yet seeking bail.
But he sought a short adjournment because of being told DNA results would be available later this week.
A prosecution lawyer cast doubt on whether any such analysis would be completed so quick.
However, District Judge Mervyn Bates agreed to remand Campbell in custody until Friday.
The accused will appear again before the court at this stage by video-link.
He waved to friends in the public gallery as he was being led to the cells.