Highest-ranking member of al-Qaeda Rangzieb Ahmed who is jailed in Britain may soon walk free
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“I always said, he needs the trial to be fair and if he is convicted he should be sent down but you can’t torture a person. It’s against all laws, it’s completely wrong.
“I don’t think he’s involved, If he was like that I would never see or talk to him again. The brothers’ bond would be totally gone.
“No man has the right to kill another and this is my home, I was born here.”
The highest-ranking member of al-Qaeda to be jailed in Britain could soon be freed.
Terror boss Rangzieb Ahmed is thought to have had links to the bombers behind the 7/7 London Tube and bus atrocities of 2005.
Ahmed was jailed for being an al-Qaeda member and possessing a document for terror purposes.
He reportedly had links with the fanatics behind the 7/7 bombings in London on July 7 2005 which killed 52 people and injured 700.
He will appear before the parole board next month 11 years after getting a life sentence for plotting attacks.
Ahmed’s bid for freedom comes after terrorist Usman Khan, 28, killed Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, in London last Friday – less than a year after being released from jail.
Sentencing Ahmed, 44, of Rochdale, Gtr Man-chester, to life, Mr Justice Saunders said: “You are dedicated to the cause of Islamic terrorism. You are extremely dangerous.”
Source: Daily Star