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article imageTwo men found guilty of murdering British soldier Lee Rigby

By Richard Milnes     Dec 19, 2013 in Crime
UAF speaker Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebolawe have been found guilty of the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby, but British Prime Minister David Cameron still supports the killer's group.
ABC reports that the jury took 90 minutes to reach the verdict. Both men had pleaded not guilty to the charge of murder with Adebolajo’s excuse being that he was waging a war for Allah in response to Western wars on Muslim countries.
Both of the men are British citizens of Nigerian descent. Adebolajo was known to the security services, having been arrested in Kenya in 2010 and deported.
Sky News reports that Justice Sweeney ordered that the decisions be heard in silence, but relatives of Fusilier Rigby broke down in tears as the verdicts were given.
Justice Sweeney said he will pass sentence after a key appeal court ruling on the use of whole life terms in January.
Mr Adebolajo
Mr Adebolajo
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Drummer Lee Rigby  25  was killed outside Woolwich Barracks
Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, was killed outside Woolwich Barracks
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Pathway to radicalisation:
Michael Adebolajo
Michael Adebolajo is believed to have been radicalised by both the anti-British UAF pressure group and also militant Islamist Anjem Choudary’s now banned al-Muhajiroun. Video evidence shows him associating with and on protests with both anti-British hate groups.
In 2007 he was seen standing behind Anjem Choudary at an al-Muhajiroun rally in Paddington, London.
The British Government finances Anjem Choudary with taxpayers' money. The Daily Mail reported in March that he receives £25,000 a year in benefits and lives in a £320,000 house in Leytonstone, East London. However, the patriotic protest group Britain First thought that he may have gone into hiding at The Islamic Shari’a Council at 34 Francis Rd, Walthamstow when they went hunting for him after the British police took him into protective custody instead of arresting him following a warning by Britain First.
In 2009 Michael Adebolajo was a speaker at a rally in Harrow organised by the extremist UAF group, which ended in violent disorder.
UAF has successfully infiltrated the British establishment and even has British Prime Minister David Cameron amongst its founding signatories.
British PM David Cameron speaks at the annual Confederation of British Industry (CBI) conference in ...
British PM David Cameron speaks at the annual Confederation of British Industry (CBI) conference in central London
With permission by Reuters/Photo by Olivia Harris
Vice-chair of UAF is the Muslim extremist Azad Ali.
Azad Ali is also the community affairs co-ordinator of the extremist Islamic Forum of Europe. At a rally in London where signs with ‘Islamic Forum Europe’ were held, police can be seen being violently attacked as the foreign Islamists shout “Allahu Akbar” and “kafir”.
When memorial rallies were held around Britain in memory of Lee Rigby, the anti-British UAF group organised counter-protests. Flowers left in memory of Lee Rigby were destroyed by the UAF.
Michael Adebowale
A report by Sky News informs that the first known incident in which Michael Adebowale was taking direct action against British soldiers was during the Olympic Games, where he was involved in verbally abusing soldiers with other Muslim preachers in Greenwich.
During the Olympics, HMS Ocean was anchored around 100 metres from Adebolawe’s family home on a council estate next to the River Thames.
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