Aidan James left the UK in 2017 to join the Kurdish fight against ISIS. On his return in February 2018, he was arrested and charged with terror offenses and I was there today to witness the start of his trial here at the Old Bailey in London.
UK law prevents me from reporting what was said in court today; it's only been a few weeks since Rebel Commander Ezra Levant was chastised for live-tweeting his opinions on the Tommy Robinson case against the Cambridgeshire Police.
But I am able to give you a quick rundown on the Kurdish People's Protection Units, known as the YPG.
So if Aidan James is being tried for his involvement against ISIS, what will happen those holding UK passports who will be returning in the coming months after fighting for ISIS?