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The most dangerous man in the Manchester massacre is still at large

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The most dangerous man in the Manchester massacre is still at large

Post by rocky on Thu 25 May 2017, 2:48 am

The most dangerous man in the Manchester massacre is still at large



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{International: Euphrates News} British police revealed that the man who made the bombs, and handed it over to the terrorist Salman Abidi, who carried out the massacre of Manchester, is still at large.
The Libyan Abedi originally planted explosive devices in the banquet hall in Manchester on Monday, and blew it up , killing 22 people and wounding dozens.
There is information reached the British police that the terrorist who carried out the attack, he received the explosives containing screws, someone else is the most dangerous because it is making those improvised explosive devices and attend other terrorist attacks, according to the newspaper "Daily Mail" reported.
In the meantime, Manchester area police chief said the police were investigating the possibility of a network under investigation into the attack of Manchester after a series of arrests related to the case.
Police chief Ian Hopkins told reporters : "I think it is very clear that what we achieve in his command is the existence of a network" .anthy

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