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A report into the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby is set to criticise MI5 but will say the service could not have prevented his death, the BBC understands.
Many people will be wondering why our security services can't do their job properly, says Con Coughlin
MI5 'would have been able to prevent' the brutal murder of British soldier Lee Rigby if Facebook had alerted authorities to online murder threats made by one of the killers, it was claimed today.A long-awaited report into the May...
By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's security services could not have prevented two men hacking to death a British soldier in broad daylight on a London street last year even...
LONDON - Britain's security services could not have prevented two men hacking to death a British soldier in broad daylight on a London street last year even though one of the killers had been a high priority in previous inquiries, lawmakers said on Tuesday. Michael Adebolajo, 29, and Michael Adebowale, 23, both Muslim converts, ran over Lee Rigby near a barracks in Woolwich in May 2013 before ...
The murder horrified the country but also raised questions for Britain's domestic spy agency MI5 when it emerged they had been aware of the men before the attack. read more
The murder of soldier Lee Rigby was random and largely unpreventable, a major year-long investigation is set to reveal.
A long-awaited report into the May 2013 killing has revealed that Michael Adebowale 'expressed his intent to murder a soldier in the most graphic manner' just months before last year's attack.
MI5 was almost a week late in submitting a bid to put Michael Adebowale under heightened surveillance, only finally getting it in to the Home Office the day before he and Michael Adebolajo murdered Fusilier Lee Rigby, it has emerged.
Fusilier Rigby, 25, was run over and then butchered by Muslim converts Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale last year outside Woolwich barracks in south-east London.
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