Monday, May 29, 2017
Manchester Bomber Was Poor Enough To Have Nike Trainers Shoes Worth 300 Euros
MINUTES FROM MASS MURDER
Suicide bomber Salman Abedi caught on CCTV in lift to Manchester Arena wearing £300 Nike trainers with his hand on trigger of homemade device moments before killing 22 innocent concert-goers
The 22-year-old fiend was caught arriving at the music venue with his explosive device concealed in a rucksack on his back
Two brothers, Mohamed and Yahya Werfalli, aged 20 and 22, were held at their family home by cops hunting the remnants of a gang suspected to have assisted Abedi’s barbaric attack.
Meanwhile streets were cordoned off and residents told to stay indoors after chemical hydrogen peroxide explosives were found at a local house.
An army bomb disposal team was called in to search the property, which was declared safe at lunchtime.
Abedi was decapitated by the force of his deadly blast, but was identified within two hours.
That enabled cops to establish his movements and draw up a list of his associates.
Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins and Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, Senior National Coordinator UK Counter Terrorism Policing, said in a joint statement that “significant” information had been gathered on Abedi and “the wider conspiracy”.
They added: “As a result of the arrests and searches which have taken place we now have many further lines of enquiry.
“We already have more than 1,500 actions we are pursuing.