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Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Revealed: London Bridge Killer Worked at Westminster Tube Station And Had Access To Tunnels Under Parliament - Despite Being Known To Police And MI5 And Featuring In ISIS TV Documentary

Two of the three terrorists - Khuram Butt (left) and Rachid Redouane (right) - who massacred seven people in a rampage which started on London Bridge on Saturday night
Two of the three terrorists - Khuram Butt (left) and Rachid Redouane (right) - who massacred seven people in a rampage which started on London Bridge on Saturday night

One of the London Bridge terrorists worked at Westminster Tube station and had access to tunnel under the Houses of Parliament - despite being known to police and MI5 and featuring in a TV documentary about British jihadis.
Khuram Butt, 27, was pictured in an Arsenal shirt after being gunned down by police on Saturday. He was confirmed as a British extremist and was filmed unfurling an ISIS flag on a Channel 4 documentary.
He was reported to the police twice but still managed to launch murder on Britain's streets.
The killer, who hid his fanaticism from colleagues, also worked at Canada Water station in the Docklands.
Incredibly, Butt was eventually sacked for poor attendance - not for being an Islamist fanatic, it was claimed last night.

This photograph of Butt was taken in May 2016 at West Kensington station during his training period
This photograph of Butt was taken in May 2016 at West Kensington station during his training period


A photograph, taken in May 2016 at West Kensington station, during his training period shows the jihadi posing in an orange hi-viz jacket and blue uniform, as one of the thousands of London Underground staff who help keep the public safe.
It emerged last night that he quoted the Quran in his final WhatsApp message three days before the attack, as he prepared himself for the horrific massacre on the streets of the British capital.
Butt sent his last message at 6.59pm on Wednesday, then shut off all contact on the service as he planned the atrocity with his two other accomplices.
Instead of a picture of himself, his profile picture is lines from the Islamic religious book, which read: 'Speak justice, speak kindly, speak politely, speak fairly, speak gently, speak graciously, speak not in vain.'
He also wrote as his WhatsApp profile status on May 10, 'Allah says (Quran 94:6) - Indeed, with hardship, comes ease.' 
The married father-of-two, nicknamed 'Abz', who was born in Pakistan, was so extreme he called fellow Muslims without beards non-believers, would not speak to women directly and was banned from a mosque for berating worshippers for being 'un-Islamic'.

It also transpired last night that he launched a vile torrent of abuse in the wake of the murder of Lee Rigby when he volleyed threats at a leading Muslim figure for speaking out against the brigadier's murderers Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale. The soldier was butchered outside barracks in Woolwich with knives back in May 2013 much in the same way Butt's victims were killed in the same city.
Butt was known to both the police and MI5 who are awaiting what they described as international confirmation before naming the third terrorist.
Football fan Butt, who worked at KFC and Transport for London, wore an Arsenal shirt under his fake suicide belt as he and two friends crashed their van into crowds on London Bridge before slashing at people with large knives murdering seven people and leaving 48 injured on Saturday night. 
Butt was known to both the police and MI5 who are awaiting what they described as international confirmation before naming the third terrorist

One of his accomplices was Moroccan-born Rachid Redouane, who went to the mother of his 18-month-old girl's flat in Barking to kiss his daughter goodbye before the attack.  
The terrorist and Charisse O'Leary, 38, had split in January over his warped Islamic views which included banning his girl watching TV in the fear it would turn her gay.
Redouane's estranged wife was one of 12 arrested and released without charge in connection with Saturday night's massacre during which seven people were killed and 48 were injured.  

Radouane saw his estranged wife and their child for the very last time at 7pm on Saturday. 
They had met in Manchester in 2009 before moving to Ireland where they married in 2012. 
The relationship turned sour over his extremist views and in recent social media posts, she had complained that Redouane had not been visiting their daughter enough.
One of Charisse's friends responded to her frustration that he was not going to see his child by saying she 'hope he drowns'.
Charisse O'Leary - the mother of Rachid Redouane's child
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The terrorist's ex-wife told The Sun: 'He was always really selfish and I gave up so much for him. I was never going to convert and become a Muslim. There’s no way I was going to do that.'
She refused to stop her daughter eating pork, going to dance lessons or watching things on TV in case it 'made her gay', which was the request of her twisted father. 
Redouane had wanted his girl to grow up as a Muslim, but her mother said she would not force her child into a religious upbringing. 

It emerged the murderer flew to his homeland for what he cited as personal reasons three years ago, according to The Sun.
The trip is now being probed by security officials.  
On Monday night, a married father-of-two and a Moroccan-Libyan 30-year-old can were revealed as two of the London Bridge terrorists who murdered seven people in the capital city massacre. 
Redouane - a pastry chef who was living in Ireland having married a Scottish wife. He was not on anyone's radar as a terrorist and also used the name Rachid Elkhdar, claiming to be six years younger.

Via - Dailymail

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