One of the commenters on this article at the Evening Standard says, “A terror suspect should be treated as a suspect until proven guilty. Unmasking him now would only prejudge him guilty.” But that has never been the case. The people on Post Office wanted posters are tried if captured, and are innocent until proven guilty. But the suspicion of their having committed a crime is enough for authorities to reveal their identities. This has never been a point in dispute until the advent of multiculturalism.
More UK dhimmi follies: “Terror farce over refusal to unmask 7/7 suspect,” from the Evening Standard, with thanks to all who sent this in:
The war on terror has descended into farce after the Government refused to identify a July 7 suspect on the run from the security services.
The Home Office insists the British Muslim, who describes himself as a ‘Holy warrior’, is such a grave threat to national security he must be under a control order.
But, despite the 25-year-old committing a serious crime by repeatedly breaching the order and making himself a fugitive, John Reid will not take steps to lift his veil of secrecy.
The Home Secretary’s refusal to act is in spite of fears the man is a possible ‘missing link’ to the London plot.
Investigators have linked him to two of the four bombers who claimed 52 innocent lives last year – ringleader Sidique Khan and Shehzad Tanweer.
The Daily Mail knows his identity, his shocking links to terrorists and has a photograph, but is unable to publish.
Critics said it had reduced Labour’s so-called war on terror to farce.