British officials admit the Westminster Bridge attacker, Khalid Masood was on police radar. They admitted the Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was on police radar. And they admitted London Bridge terrorist Khuram Butt was on police radar.
All had links to Islamic extremism. But in all three cases, the jihadists were not viewed as sufficient threats to cause concern.
In another case, Italian intelligence operatives told Politico Europe the another member of the London Bridge trash trio, Moroccan-born Youssef Zaghba, was detained while attempting to fly from Italy to Istanbul--probably bound for ISIS-controlled territory in Syria, in March of last year.
Here's the clincher: when he was asked why he was flying to Turkey, Zaghba said, "I'm going to be a terrorist." Seriously.
So Italian officials warned Moroccan and British authorities about the guy, but British police issued a statement on Tuesday that Zaghba "was not a police or MI5 subject of interest."
Butt was publicly open about supporting ISIS to the point the guy appeared in a documentary "The Jihadis Next Door."
Imagine how incredibly stupid the British have to be for them to make a video about jihadists and then let them go untethered to kill innocent people. Either the British need to get their freaking radar system checked, or stop being afraid of being labeled 'Islamophobic' by people who want to shame you into looking the other way.
The documentary showed Butt praying by an ISIS flag with a radical Muslim leader who's a close buddy of the scum muffin Anjem Choudary.
Why wasn't that enough to take away his citizenship and send him packing to Syria?
Let him fight for ISIS there if he wants to kill people; and we'll see how well he does against the U.S.-led coalition.
England has over 20,000 suspected jihadis and 3,000 of which are in police radar.
Good luck on that.