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London Bridge jihad mass murderer applied for a SECURITY job at Wimbledon, suspected plot to blow up Wimbledon

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It’s just a matter of time.

The London jihad mass murderer was being tailed by 30 police and MI5 officers in 2015. The officers were pulled off the case amid fears that there was not enough evidence to convict Khuram Butt.

There are growing calls for Scotland Yard and MI5 to explain why they failed to act on the repeated warnings about Butt’s extremism.

Growing calls? There ought to be hordes of freedom-loving Brits with torches and pitchforks.

The Brits were following him. He was the star of a documentary on Muslims who support jihad and sharia. And still he successfully slaughtered in the cause of Islam. #epicfail

Just think to maintain the same level of surveillance on the believed 23,000 jihad suspects in the UK it would require 690,000 cops. Presently, there are just under 150,000 British Bobbies (mostly unarmed) in the UK.

Channel 4 documentary – the Jihadis next door – that features one of the London Bridge attackers
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Was London Bridge ring leader plotting to blow up Wimbledon? Khuram Butt tried to get a job as a safety steward as it emerges 30 MI5 and police officers were following him

  • Khuram Butt was being followed around the clock in 2015, it has been revealed
  • Intelligence services were also intercepting communications under a warrant
  • But the officers were pulled off the case amid fears that there was not enough evidence to convict the then-suspect
  • Now it emerges that the jihadist had applied for a stewarding job at Wimbledon

By Scott Campbell and Stewart Paterson For Daily Mail, 11 June 2017 |

Khuram Butt applied for a job with a security company that provides stewards for the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament, it has been revealed.

The ringleader behind the London Bridge terror attack last Saturday was trying to secure a role as a safety steward with the company – which also supplies staff to Premier League football clubs, it was ca

It has sparked fears the jihadi – who was 27 when he was gunned down by armed police responding to the atrocity – may have been plotting an attack at Wimbledon.

Now counter terrorism police are investigating his motives.

‘The security firm would check his background but it does not have access to the police watch list or have knowledge of any MI5 investigation. There would have been no reason for him not to get the job,’ a security source told The Sunday Telegraph.

They added: ‘Butt could not only have caused serious damage but potentially helped other terrorists get into one of these events.’

It comes after Scotland Yard released photographs of the three London Bridge attackers’ fake suicide belts, last night.

It is also known that security bosses had 30 MI5 and undercover police officers on the trail of the islamist – but they dropped their investigation because they did not suspect he was planning an attack.
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Khuram Butt applied for a job with a security company that provides stewards for the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament, it has been revealed

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It comes after Scotland Yard released photographs of the three London Bridge attackers’ fake suicide belts last night
Khuram Butt was being followed around the clock in 2015 while intelligence services were intercepting his communications under a warrant signed by the home secretary.

But the officers were pulled off the case amid fears that there was not enough evidence to convict the then-suspect and ‘get him off the streets’, sources told The Sunday Times.

The security insider continued: ‘We knew Butt was up to no good. We got to know him intimately. We wanted to get him off the streets. But the view was that we may not have enough to convict.

In the months following the probe the father-of-two, 27, even secured a job working on the Tube and had access to tunnels under the Houses of Parliament while working at Westminster station.

The Pakistani-born Briton, who came to the UK as an asylum seeker, was able to mastermind the murder of eight and maiming of 48 others in plain sight last week.

There are growing calls for Scotland Yard and MI5 to explain why they failed to act on the repeated warnings about Butt’s extremism.

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