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One week on and there doesn’t seem to be any police questioning of the two Michaels — Adebolajo and Adebowale — charged with Drummer Lee Rigby’s barbaric death.

Doctors will not allow it.

The policewoman fired only incapacitating shots to their legs. There were no ‘centre mass’ shots.

At the weekend it emerged that one of the suspects is acting ‘erratic’ and ‘paranoid’. Cue calls for human rights. Never mind Lee Rigby’s human rights crossing the road in Woolwich near the Army barracks.

The other news story at the weekend was that Help for Heroes — whose t-shirt Rigby was wearing when he was killed in cold blood — rejected the English Defence League’s (EDL) contribution.  I’m of two minds about that. On the one hand, why didn’t the EDL just contribute anonymously? On the other, however, it would come as no surprise to find out that some left-wing person(s) made noises to Help for Heroes, advising them to reject any such donation. It won’t look very good for the charity should they ever accept a contribution from an organisation of hardline Muslims. (Stranger things have happened. A mosque will be built on the 9/11 site.)

Why did it take 20 minutes for an armed police vehicle to get to Woolwich that day?

Why is the Cage Prisoners group, whose outreach director is ex-Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg, speaking for the ‘erratic’ Michael Adebolajo? Is the taxpayer funding Cage Prisoners? We discover that

They were contacted by Michael Adebolajo some time after he returned from Kenya in 2010, where he was arrested and accused of preparing to travel to Somalia to fight with al Qaeda-linked militants al Shabaab.

and (emphasis in the original)

The Cage Prisoners group based in London works on behalf of political detainees worldwide, specifically those held as a result of the ‘War on Terror’.

‘Political detainees’? Hmm.

The English wonder how these men can be called ‘suspects’ when their pictures have been in every national newspaper, particularly the Michael who featured on their front pages with his hands covered in blood and holding an equally bloody machete.

Watch the British news videos immediately following the attack. This video from the Mirror has an aerial view of police pursuing the suspects.

Here is the full statement from one of the attackers, along with an explanation from the LiveLeak poster:

The Full unedited statement from one of the London Muslim beheaders was censored and misreported by the British press, including the ITV clip shown on their channel and all subsequent news networks, including the Guardian, both which intentionally left out the Beheader justifying his act by referring to the Quran, the ITV clip intentionally had a voice-over narration from the beginning of the muslim[‘]s statement where he mentions the Quran in order to justify his actions, and the Guardian completely left it out and left it up in the air as to the motives of the Muslim beheaders. The BBC did not mention it all and simply referred to it as an ‘incident’. Here is the full quote that was censored:

“There are many, many ayah throughout the Koran [referring to religious verses] that says we must fight them as they fight us, an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. I apologize that women had to witness this today but in our land women have to see the same. You people will never be safe. Remove your government, they don’t care about you.”

Ayah is Arabic for evidence or sign.

What happens now? Is everything going to go quiet now until someone determines one or both of the Michaels to be criminally insane?

Is it any surprise that the English wonder who supports them, their values and their country?

The story thus far (in addition to the above):

Woolwich attack: terrorist proclaimed ‘an eye for an eye’ …

Woolwich Assailants ‘Filmed’ Hacking Attack

May 23 diary of events — London attack: police make two further arrests …

Victim of Woolwich attack was serving soldier, police confirm

Woolwich: EDL Protests As Mosques Targeted

May 24 diary of events — Woolwich attack: as it happened

Woolwich: Family Tribute to Soldier Lee Rigby

London, a Deeper Horror Than We Might Think

The London Terror Attack Was More Than Unforgiveable

London Mayor: ‘It Is Completely Wrong to Blame This Killing on the religion of Islam’

Crackdown in England: Jihadi-Appeasing Officials Arrest Twitter Users for ‘Anti-Muslim’ Tweets

Woolwich attack provokes anti-Muslim backlash across UK

‘Michael’s Turning to Islam’: Beheader’s Mom Sought Help …’

Michael Adebolayo: Woolwich suspect was held on terror charges in Kenya … and deported here

Stansted Jet: Two Men Charged Over Diversion (may or may not be related)

… Distraught family and widow of murdered soldier Lee Rigby visit street where he died

Damilola Taylor’s father was Michael Adebowale’s mentor

Friend who claimed Woolwich suspect was ‘offered MI5 job’ is linked to banned Islamist group

… Newly unearthed photo of terror suspect Adebojayo with banned extremist group

Grimsby Mosque Fire: Two People Arrested

War memorial vandalised in wake of terror murder

Morrisons employee suspended for wearing Help for Heroes bracelet

The Woolwich murder: key questions


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