“Mohammed al-Gerbouzi…has also been linked to terrorist attacks in Madrid and Casablanca.” He lived in London, but doesn’t seem to have been at home lately. Wouldn’t his possible involvement in the bombing point to a need for sanity in immigration policies? From Ynetnews, with thanks to Tiferet:
LONDON – The investigation into the London terror attack may be examining a North African connection to the blasts after Scotland Yard and MI5 urgently requested European agencies to help track a London-based Moroccan, “The Independent” reported Saturday.
The search for Mohammed al-Gerbouzi, who has also been linked to terrorist attacks in Madrid and Casablanca, began after he disappeared from his home in London, the report said.
Al-Gerbouzi, who has granted asylum in Britain, was sentenced to 20 years in absentia by a court in Morocco for his alleged involvement in bombings in Casablanca that killed 44 people in 2003.
And why on earth was he granted asylum in Britain? Or why was that asylum not revoked after the Moroccan court action?