MI5 says ‘We can’t tell relatives of 7/7 victims why we didn’t investigate bombing ringleader… because it could help Al Qaeda’

By Daily Mail Reporter 30th April 2010

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Families of July 7 victims have been told MI5 will not reveal why it failed to investigate the ringleader of the attacks as it could give Al Qaeda plotters an ‘invaluable weapon’.

Bereaved relatives want to use the forthcoming inquests into the deaths of those killed into ask security service officials why they did not follow up Mohammad Sidique Khan after he was witnessed meeting known terror suspects.

But MI5 told a hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice in London to decide the scope of the inquests that allowing this would aid those planning the next atrocity.

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