Untouchable: The jihadi sleeper agent we can't deport – or even identify – despite being branded 'the very model of a modern terrorist'
By Abul Taher and Martin Beckford for The Mail on Sunday
11 December 2016
... The SIAC judgment, made public last week, said the man had used so many aliases that his real identify was still uncertain. Robin Tam QC, representing the Home Office, told the hearing that the terrorist’s connections with other jihadis and his use of aliases made him ‘in many ways, the very model of a modern Al Qaeda terrorist’ – echoing the Major-General’s song in Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates Of Penzance. ...More dark humour from dying Britain at Mail Online
It might be Omar Altimimi – almost impossible to be sure due to the large number of muslim terrorists in Britain – with their multiple identities:
The terrorist in our midst
A TERRORIST `sleeper’ who hoarded al-Qaida manuals at his Greater Manchester home has been jailed for nine years.‘Al-Qaida sleeper’ is another terrorist out of jail early
Father-of-three Omar Altimimi was found guilty of stashing a library of terror manuals and propaganda on a computer at his semi-detached home in Bolton.
Altimimi, 37, of Lansdowne Road, came to live in Britain as an asylum seeker in 2002 and claimed £120,000 from the welfare state to support his wife and children while their case was processed. ...
... Omar Altimimi was jailed for nine years after being found guilty of terror charges in 2007.# Flee from evil, terror-casting islam - with all of its lies and deceptions. Run for your life!
Judge David Maddison, sitting at Manchester Crown Court, said Altimimi, 48, was “a sleeper for some sort of terrorist organisation”.
But we can reveal that despite his dangerous past the al-Qaida devotee was released in late 2012, following in the footsteps of other terrorists. ...