Sunday, May 26, 2013

British PM David Cameron Wants To Know 'What Went Wrong' In MI5

Woolwich Attack: David Cameron Wants To Know 'What Went Wrong' In MI5 -- The Telegraph

David Cameron is demanding to know “what went wrong” with the security services’ monitoring of the two suspected Islamist terrorists who allegedly slaughtered a soldier outside Woolwich barracks, a Cabinet minister has said.

Eric Pickles, the Communities Secretary, said there will now be a “thorough investigation” after it was disclosed that the two men arrested over the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, had been known to MI5 for eight years but were dismissed as peripheral threats.

Michael Adebolajo, 28, the man videoed by witnesses with his hands red with blood following the killing of the soldier, had been intercepted by officials as he attempted to travel to Somalia to fight alongside Islamist terrorist group Al-Shabaab.

The Telegraph has learnt that six years ago Adebolajo was arrested after being involved in violent protests by extremists outside the Old Bailey.

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My Comment: I can easily answer this question. Open borders. A failure (and unwillingness) of many immigrants to integrate into British society. Radical preachers permitted to stay in the country and preach hate. Security budgets being cut and MI5 being overwhelmed with possible radical suspects (because of open borders and immigrants not assimilating into British society but brainwashed by radical preachers who are not deported). Bottom line .... the blame belongs in parliament .... and for the voters who support these politicians who have no problem in supporting these policies. And here is an easy prediction .... a few weeks from now this story will be forgotten .... if not sooner.

1 comment:

D.Plowman said...

Totally agree with you, spot on. All of it, and its sad that the British public have a short-term memory.