Mohammed Kamel Mostafa, 25, from Wembley, was given a security pass and had access to restricted areas - including tunnels under Parliament - during his time as a labourer at nights and weekends on the Underground. But the Mayor said he doubted the veracity of any conviction from Yemen and said Mostafa had passed Tube security checks.So the man with personal responsibility for the safety of those travelling on London's public transport, didn't think it important that he had a conviction for terrorism offences. Why? because he doubts Yemen's legal system. He later changed h,is mind when he realised how it was going to be reported.
Friday, November 03, 2006
Friend of Terrorists
I had this story brought to my attention by a commenter, but thanks to the incredibly poor way in which the BBC reported it, I misunderstood. The BBC seemed to suggest that Ken was unaware of Mohammed Kamel Mostafa's links to terrorism. However, this was not the case as we see here.