Wiretap Controversy Heats Up! -In Great Britain!

-From the “Supporters for Shariah” website-

Muslim followers of Cleric Abu Hamza chant in support of Al Qaeda after one of his earlier arrests in London.
VIDEO HERE
(Um,… I think I stumbled on a terrorist site here!)

Muslim Cleric, Abu Hamza’s terror links included:

4 of the London Tube Suicide bombers, 2 Shoe Bombers, at least 1 Cop Killer, a 9-11 Hijack Plotter, and a Ricin Poison Plotter!

He had provided support and advice to terrorist groups, including the GIA, an Algerian group, the Yemeni IAA group, the Egyptian organisation called the EIJ, the Kashmiri group called the HUA and of course to al-Qaeda.

He had encouraged and supported the participation in physical aspects of jihad, including fighting overseas and engaging in terrorist acts.

But,…

Wiretap laws in Great Britain prevented his arrest and conviction even though their was evidence against him from a 1999 terrorist kidnapping and murder!

Police seized a stash of weaponry at his mosque including: nuclear, biological and chemical warfare suits, replica pistols, a stun gun and a CS canister.

An undated handout photograph released by the Metropolitan police on February 7, 2005 shows a gas mask and paramilitary equipment found by police officers during searches of Finsbury Park mosque in London between January 20-23, 2003. Police removed a number of items including blank firing weapons, CS spray, a stun gun, protective suits, a gas mask, false passports, laminating equipment, credit cards and more than three thousand pounds ($5200) in cash. British Muslim cleric, Abu Hamza al-Masri, who preached at the north London mosque, was sentenced to seven years in jail on Tuesday for inciting murder in his sermons. (REUTERS/Metropolitan Police)

Terrorism expert Neil Doyle warned:

“Abu Hamza may now be out of action but, in many ways, he’s already completed his mission.

“There’s a jihad army in this country and that’s thanks to Hamza and others like him.

“This country still faces the grim prospect of more suicide bombings carried out by people who have been inspired by his passion for violence.”

Weapons haul at the Finsbury Park mosque.

An undated handout photograph released by the Metropolitan police on February 7, 2005 shows blank firing weapons found by police officers during searches of Finsbury Park mosque in London between January 20-23, 2003. Police removed a number of items including blank firing weapons, CS spray, a stun gun, protective suits, a gas mask, false passports, laminating equipment, credit cards and more than three thousand pounds ($5200) in cash. British Muslim cleric, Abu Hamza al-Masri, who preached at the north London mosque, was sentenced to seven years in jail on Tuesday for inciting murder in his sermons. (REUTERS/Metropolitan Police)

On Friday, a man whose wife was used as a human shield by terrorists and murdered back in 1999 asked the authorities for more information on the case:

Laurence Whitehouse was among 16 western tourists seized in December 1998 by a gang demanding the release of Muslim prisoners.

He was able to overpower his armed guard and escape, but his wife Margaret was among four who were killed during an ill-fated rescue bid by Yemeni state forces.

Amid controversy over why the cleric was not prosecuted earlier, it has emerged that the police had twice presented evidence to prosecutors over the Yemeni allegations.

But, the information was thrown out of court because of British WIRETAP LAWS!

Scotland Yard and the Crown Prosecution Service faced mounting criticism yesterday for delaying action against Abu Hamza, who was jailed for seven years on Tuesday for soliciting murder and inciting racial hatred.

The revelation that Britain had detailed evidence alleging Abu Hamza’s direct involvement in terrorist kidnapping and murder, but was prevented from using it, will reignite the debate on intercept evidence.

A senior counter-terrorist source said the phone taps strongly suggested that Abu Hamza was “involved in operational terrorist activity”.

But when Britain tried to move against the cleric in 1999, the case had to be abandoned because the evidence was deemed “inadmissible”.

THE US will use phone tap evidence gathered by Britain seven years ago to try to jail radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri for life on terrorist offences.

Previously:
UK Knew of Abu Hamza’s Terror Links, Hook Linked to Al Qaeda

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