This undated file combination image released by the Metropolitan Police shows Lee Rigby's killers Michael Adebolajo, left, and Michael Adebowale. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Police, File)
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British lawmakers said Tuesday that two Al-Qaeda-inspired extremists who murdered a British soldier in a London street had been under scrutiny by the intelligence services, and one had expressed his intention of killing a soldier in an online exchange months before the attack.In a report on what the intelligence services knew about the killers, the committee said the two men had shown up on spy agencies' radar in seven different investigations and that in two of them Adelobajo had been labelled a "high priority".
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