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Taxpayer-funded student loans and other forms of government welfare were used to finance Salman Abedi's suicide bombing attack in Manchester, according to police.
From The Telegraph:
[Salman] Abedi was given at least £7,000 from the taxpayer-funded Student Loans Company after beginning a business administration degree at Salford University in October 2015.
Separately, the Department for Work and Pensions refused to say if Abedi had received any benefits, including housing benefit and income support worth up to £250 a week, during 2015 and 2016. It would only say he was not claiming benefits in the weeks before the attack.
Abedi also had sufficient funds to buy materials for his sophisticated bomb while living in a rented house in south Manchester.This same scam is being run again and again:
David Videcette, a former Metropolitan police detective who worked on the 7/7 London bombing investigation, said of the student loans' system: "It is an easy way for a terrorist to move forward and finance their activities at the expense of the taxpayer.Abedi father and brother were both arrested on suspicion of being involved in the attack.
Abedi's brother reportedly spoke to him "minutes" before the attack.
22 people, including many children, were killed in Monday's attack and dozens more were injured.
Not mentioned in this report is that Abedi's parents were accepted into the UK as so-called "refugees" from Libya, which no doubt entailed their family collecting tens of thousands more pounds in welfare.
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