MASOOD INVESTIGATED BY MI5 IN 2010 AFTER STINTS IN SAUDI ARABIA AND WAS LINKED TO REMOTE BOMB PLOT
The Islamist behind the Westminster terror outrage was investigated by MI5 as part of a plot to blow up an army base using a remote controlled car, the Daily Telegraph can reveal.
Adrian Ajao, 52, who killed four people, including a police officer in last Wednesday's attack, is understood to have been probed six years ago over alleged connections to four al Qaeda inspired terrorists.
Zahid Iqbal, Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed, Syed Hussain and Umar Arshad, were jailed for a total of 44-years in 2013, after admitting plotting to launch an audacious bomb attack on a Territorial Army base in their hometown of Luton.
Westminster terrorist linked to remote controlled car bomb plot https://t.co/Nrflcn47hM— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) 27 March 2017