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Killer Killer Where Are Thou: Bridge attacker Usman Khan is pictured with notorious hate preacher dating back to 2009

Turns out the disgusting man behind the London Bridge Terror Attacks last week had quite the dark past (that the government appears to have known about!). Images posted online on Monday revealed that Usman Khan had long been close with Anjem Choudary, 52, in March 09.

For those that aren’t keen to Choudary, Choudary is a notorious hate preacher known for his extremist ways and preaching the likes of Sharia Law. In 2009, that event believed to have been a conference on the hateful law appears to have been organised by a group called Ahl Sunnah Wal Jumah.  

Usman Khan addresses the public from a weekly rally held by Islamic extremists in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent in February 2010 

It emerged yesterday that Khan allegedly would walk around his Cambridge-U programme with a picture of Osama Bin Laden attached to the front of his studies book. The claim appears to have been verified by multiple students who witnessed it.

Since the attacks, the government has pounced on the fact that dozens of believed-to-be Jihadis have been released from prison. A feat that was kept from the British public and now the government is being forced to answer for a stunning misstep that could cost more lives.

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