'Manchester bomber didn't work alone, yet we've forgotten about the attack', says George Galloway

'Manchester bomber didn't work alone, yet we've forgotten about the attack', says George Galloway

The attack happened at an Ariana Grande concert

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

People have forgotten about the Manchester Arena attack even though the people involved could still be on our streets, according to George Galloway.

It was reported last month that police believe the Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi, who killed 22 people, did not act alone, and police are still investigating how the device used to blow up the Ariana Grande concert were funded.

But Galloway claims that it "seems abundantly obvious the mass murderer himself did not put the explosive device together, [the device] that he used to murder all these children and others, and their parents and their aunts, little girls, little boys.

"If this mass murderer did not put that device together then somebody else put that device together and was working alongside the mass murderer.

"Why are we not discussing that? Why are we more preoccupied by what happens in Caracas [in Venezuela] when we cannot even deal with the problem of a terrorist enemy within our great cities."

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