Jihad Watch: “It is conceivable that the attack might have been averted had the cards fallen differently.”
Were officials too busy investigating claims of online “Islamophobia” to devote too much attention to the small matter of jihadis plotting mass murder of Infidels?
“Red flags MISSED on UK terror attacks: Manchester bomber was on MI5 radar, email on London Bridge knifeman was lost and Westminster terrorist scoped out scene days before bloody assault,” by Richard Spillett, Mailonline, December 5, 2017:
MI5 was ‘actively’ investigating the ringleader of the London Bridge atrocity at the time of the rampage and the Manchester bombing might have been stopped, a security review has found.
MI5 came by intelligence about Manchester bomber Salman Abedi in the months before his attack killed 22 adults and children outside an Ariana Grande concert, a security review by David Anderson QC revealed.
The information would have caused an investigation into him to be opened ‘had its true significance been properly understood’.
But instead, Abedi was not under active investigation when he detonated his suicide device at Manchester Arena in May, the report disclosed. read more here