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Abedi Should Have Been Identified as Threat on Night of Terror Attack, Lives Could’ve Been Saved, Finds Inquiry

The chairman of the inquiry into the 2017 Islamist terror attack in Manchester has criticised authorities in charge of the security at the arena, saying that Salman Abedi should have been identified as a threat on the night of the attack, and that while Abedi would likely still have detonated his suicide bomb, many more lives would have been saved with early intervention.

People grieve during a silence at 10:31pm, the exact one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena, central Manchester on May 22, 2018. - Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a …

Terror Inquiry: Crying Paramedic Slammed Firemen Who Turned Up Late to Attack, ‘Stood Around’

A sobbing paramedic who had just escorted a dying 18-year-old woman to hospital confronted a fireman to demand to know why his colleagues had just “stood around” rather than helping save lives at the Manchester bombing. Fire services had arrived at the scene almost two hours after the Islamist suicide attack because police had failed to inform them and the ambulance service of the incident.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 23: Members of the public are escorted from the Manchester Arena on May 23, 2017 in Manchester, England. An explosion occurred at Manchester Arena as concert goers were leaving the venue after Ariana Grande had performed. Greater Manchester Police have confirmed 19 fatalities and at least …

23,000 Jihadists in Britain, Not 3,000 As Previously Claimed

Government sources have confessed that there are at least 23,000 jihadists in Britain – more than seven times higher than previously revealed. Until recently, the public had been led to believe there were around 3,000 known jihadists in Britain, with 500 being subject to

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