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Terror suspect with a lonely heart only has himself to blame, says judge 06 Jul 2012 A young terrorism suspect who says the Government's new security service monitoring powers are preventing him from finding a wife and starting a family has been told by a High Court judge he has only himself to blame. The British citizen, known as AM and living in northern England, was told he has yet convincingly to demonstrate he has renounced previous views when he was allegedly ready to be a terrorist "martyr". Now aged 24, he challenged the legality of Home Secretary Theresa May's decision last January to impose wide-ranging restrictions on him under the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act. The Tpim restrictions upheld by the judge include AM having to wear a GPS tag, submitting to daily monitoring of his movements, remaining at a specific address from midnight to 8am and not meeting two named individuals.