It comes as no surprise to us, but new evidence appears to show that Salman Abedi, the Manchester Arena bomber, was a Mi5/Mi6 asset.
It is already admitted by the UK government that Salman Abedi was known to them and now this new evidence seems to confirm that Salman Abedi and his family was used by the British Intelligence agencies as proxy assets. This is obviously the reason why no action was taken when he was reported to Mi5. They did not want to deactivate an asset.
He regularly travelled to Syria and Libya to fight with ISIS linked groups with the permission of British intelligence, and allowed to return to Britain.
Manchester attacker had links to NATO proxies in Libya
Counterterror raids continue across the UK after Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester. More about the attacker’s identity has come to light: The son of Libyan immigrants, he spent time in his parents' country and may have been radicalized by the same anti-Qaddafi milieu that MI5 encouraged and supported during NATO’s 2011 incursion. RT America’s Alexey Yaroshevsky has the details. Then, investigative journalist Max Blumenthal joins RT America’s Ashlee Banks to discuss how the West enabled the very terror groups that continue to wreak havoc