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Friday, 24 May 2013

BY:FLORA LYIMO ~ HARD TALK'HIVI KAMA NI WEWE UNGEKUTANA NA HUYU MUUWAJI WA WOOLWICH TERROW ATTACK 'UNGEFANYAJE'UNGEZUBUTU KUMSIMAMIA NA KUMTIZAMA HATA USONI? MBUTA NANGA!! MCHEKI HUYU YANI UTAZANI NI FIMBO KASHIKILIA"

 

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Suspected killer
Taken into custody: The two men who were shot, aged 22 (left) and 28 (right), have been arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in hospital in a stable condition with non life-threatening injuries"

 
A man and a woman, both 29, were today arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder in relation to the Woolwich terror murder of Drummer Lee Rigby, Scotland Yard said.
A total of four people including the two men shot by police have now been arrested in connection with the killing - and the latest two arrested were being questioned at a south London police station.
The two men who were shot, aged 22 and 28, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in hospital in a stable condition with non life-threatening injuries.
Drummer Rigby was yesterday hacked to death by two attackers in Woolwich, south-east London.
Scotland Yard said six residential addresses were searched today as part of the investigation - three in south London, one in east London, one in north London and one in Lincolnshire.
'This is a large, complex and fast-moving investigation which continues to develop,' a spokesman said. 'Many lines of inquiry are being followed by detectives and the investigation is progressing well.'
Officers recovered various items from the scene and were appealing for witnesses to send in footage and photographs of the incident. A post mortem was taking place on Drummer Rigby's body today.

Tonight U.S. President Barack Obama issued a statement to say: ‘I condemn in the strongest terms the appalling attack against a British service member in Woolwich on May 22.
‘The United States stands resolute with the United Kingdom, our ally and friend, against violent extremism and terror.
'There can be absolutely no justification for such acts, and our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victim, the police and security services responding to this horrific act and the communities they serve, and the British people.’
Earlier tributes were paid to Drummer Rigby, 25, from Crumpsall, Manchester who had a two-year-old son. He was from 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, and was attached to the Regimental Recruiting Team in London.
Remembered: Drummer Lee Rigby was yesterday hacked to death by two attackers in south-east London
Remembered: Drummer Lee Rigby was yesterday hacked to death by two attackers in south-east London"
Sergeant Barry Ward said he was ‘a loving father’ to his two-year-old son Jack, and had ‘a very bubbly character’.
A shocked and tearful neighbour outside the family home in Middleton, Greater Manchester, who did not want to be named, said: ‘He had always wanted to be in the army since he was knee high.’
A steady stream of relatives and friends visited the house throughout the day to support the family. Police and PCSOs also stood guard outside the house and patrolled the street.
'The United States stands resolute with the United Kingdom, our ally and friend, against violent extremism and terror'
U.S. President Barack Obama
Drummer Rigby, who joined the Army in 2006, had served in Helmand province, Afghanistan, where he was a member of the Fire Support Group in Patrol Base Woqab.
A life-long Manchester United fan, he had also stood outside the Royal Palaces as part of his battalion's public duties commitment.
The Rt Rev Mark Davies, The Bishop of Middleton, said: ‘The nation has been shocked by Lee's death. But the greatest burden is carried by those he knew and loved. Our prayers and sympathies are with his family, friends and those he served with.’
Drummer Rigby was brutally murdered in the street in Woolwich, south east London, yesterday by two attackers who were British and of Nigerian descent.
The pair, who were shot by police, were known to security services, and apparently shouted ‘Allah Akhbar’ as they struck. It is believed that the serving soldier was run over and then hacked to death, yards from a primary school.
Probe: A police officer carries an evidence bag containing a knife near the scene of the killing of a soldier
Probe: A police officer carries an evidence bag containing a knife near the scene of the killing of a soldier"

Alfie Swain, who said he had met Drummer Rigby, told BBC News: ‘I can't explain it, how much it hurts. It's just disappointing.
‘I'd met him in and out of the Army base itself. Hearing that he's gone is just destroying. He was a nice man. He was caring, loving. To hear that he's gone is just disappointing.
'The nation has been shocked by Lee's death. But the greatest burden is carried by those he knew and loved'
Rt Rev Mark Davies, Bishop of Middleton
‘I'm just terribly, terribly upset. I just want to burst into tears right now.’
Eyewitnesses said that one of the attackers charged towards officers clutching bloodied weapons including a meat cleaver, while the other brandished a gun.
One chilling video clip showed a man with heavily blood-stained hands claiming the killing was committed in the name of Allah and ranting about the Government.
He said: ‘We swear by almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you.’ The attacker went on: ‘We must fight them as they fight us. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.’
Today officers searched the former home of a man called Michael Adebolajo in Saxilby, Lincolnshire, as well as other addresses in London.
This afternoon two police vans were stationed outside a ground-floor flat in east Greenwich, south-east London, with about a dozen officers positioned outside. The front door of the flat in Eastney Street, had been shattered.
Investigation: Police officers search the scene following the attack in Woolwich which left Lee Rigby dead
Investigation: Police officers search the scene following the attack in Woolwich which left Lee Rigby dead'
One neighbour said four people had been led away from the flat at 6am, and that two children, aged three and seven, were also taken away.
Another neighbour Nicola James, 45, said she believed one of the men arrested over the Woolwich incident was in a relationship with one of the two women who live at the Greenwich flat.
Ms James said she had not seen the other suspect around the housing estate, but added: ‘He was always out in Woolwich, giving out radical leaflets.’
Following a meeting of the Cobra emergency response committee today, Prime Minister David Cameron said the attack had ‘sickened’ the country.
He said: ‘This country will be absolutely resolute in its stand against violent extremism and terror. We will never give in to terror or terrorism in any of its forms.’
Location: Picture taken from Twitter with permission of @Yusuf_Kayalar of the scene in Woolwich, south-east London, yesterday where a man was killed and two others were taken to hospital with gunshot wounds
Location: Picture taken from Twitter with permission of @Yusuf_Kayalar of the scene in Woolwich, south-east London, yesterday where a man was killed and two others were taken to hospital with gunshot wounds'

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