Skip to comments.London attack suspect was arrested in 2010 in Kenya on terror charges: police
Posted on 05/26/2013 10:11:02 AM PDT by lowbridge
suspect in the savage killing of a British soldier on a London street was arrested in Kenya in 2010 near the East African country's border with Somalia, an anti-terrorism police official said Sunday.
Michael Adebolajo was believed to have been preparing to train and fight with the Al Qaeda-linked Somali militant group al-Shabab in 2010 when he was arrested with five others, Kenya's anti-terrorism police unit head Boniface Mwaniki told The Associated Press.
Mwaniki said that the suspect was then deported, however, Kenya's government spokesman said he was arrested under a different name and handed to British authorities.
"Kenya's government arrested Michael Olemendis Ndemolajo. We handed him to British security agents in Kenya and he seems to have found his way to London and mutated to Michael Adebolajo," spokesman Muthui Kariuki said. "The Kenyan government cannot be held responsible for what happened to him after we handed him to British authorities."
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three of the most overused words in these reports
“suspect” (when dozens of people watched his bloody hack attack)
“youth” (any unemployed raging male who is dependent on welfare, parents or both)
and “militant” (any raging nutjob with an agenda - no matter how insane)
Obama fits most of these criteria.
Changed his name.
May have been banned/bumped from England trip due to suspicious history.
No I don’t have links please Google it.
Michael, the perp in question, seems to have similar views about Britain as our president has expressed in years gone by - and both have Kenyan roots. Hummmm?
When are the British citizens going to wake up and realize that their
Government is incapable of protecting them. Way past time to change
the laws and arm up!
The omitted real story about this is that Britain has a law making anyone who tries to fight with a terrorist group an offense, but this turd wasn’t arrested and charged when he returned to the UK.