Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Murder of Lee Rigby By Ex-HAVERING School Pupil Turned Terrorist Killer "Could Not Have Been Prevented"

It has been confirmed by Sky News that MI5 DID try to recruit terrorist killer Michael Adebolajo as an informant.  An investigation conducted by the Intelligence and Security Committee confirmed  that Adebolajo was approached after being arrested in Kenya due to his attempt to join the terrorist group al Shabaab in 2010. Adebolajo is an ex-pupil of Marshalls Park School in Romford, Havering. The Romford MP Andrew Rosindell is an ex-Marshalls Park School pupil as are some other Conservatives elected to serve as councillors in the London Borough of Havering. The report does not consider ANY links to Marshalls Park school despite Adebolajo himself citing the death of a school friend as a source of anger.  The Daily Mail reports that both Adebolajo and his soldier friend Kirk Redpath came from "loving catholic families".  The paper also reported that Kirk Redpath's younger brother Grant, 26, told The Sun that Adebolajo went to their house in Romford, Essex, nearly every day after school during his teenage years.

Alistair Bunkall of Sky News reports that "A report by Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee is expected to largely clear MI5 of serious failings but highlight some areas where the security service could have performed better....  The committee has examined what, if anything, MI5 knew about the two killers, Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale. Their report is said to be "substantial" - the product of written and oral evidence, and hundreds of pages of primary-source material. It will confirm that both men were known to MI5, in particular 29-year-old Adebolajo."

Andrew Rosindell MP - No link whatsoever 
Michael Adebolajo was a pupil of Marshalls Park School in Romford, Havering as was Adebolajo's school friend and later Iraq war hero Lance Corporal Kirk Redpath, Irish Guards, killed near Basra in 2007. The Romford MP Andrew Rosindell was also a pupil at Marshalls Park however the report by the Intelligence and Security Committee omits any consideration of old school links to Andrew Rosindell MP.

In his trial Adebolajo told the court at the Old Bailey that he is "a soldier of Allah" and "this is a war".  Sitting in the court at the Old Bailey Adebolajo told the jury that he "is married with six children and is the son of Christian parents. He grew up in Romford, Essex, where the vast majority of his friends were white British.  One friend, Kirk Redpath, joined the Army and was later killed in Iraq. Adebolajo said he held Tony Blair responsible for his death, reports Dominic Casciani, BBC home affairs correspondent. When asked by his barrister, David Gottlieb, what his defence is to Rigby's murder, Adebolajo replied: "I am a soldier, a soldier of Allah."

Read Daily Mail report on friendship between Adebolajo and Iarq soldier hero Redpath

Read Sky News latest on report published by Intelligence and Security Committee

Sky news report by Alistair Bunkall (23rd November 2014)