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This shamelessly passed the buck that should have stopped at the British intelligence services, which had monitored the killers over several years.The ISC exonerated MI5 and MI6 yet its report lays bare how much the intelligence services knew about the killers, both of whom are British citizens and are now serving life sentences.Adebolajo, the leader of the attack, had been the subject of five separate investigations and surveillance operations by MI5. It has been claimed that around this time MI5 was trying to recruit him as an informant.As the ISC revealed, the security services did not seek a warrant until it was too late. If MI5 didn't think the killers' Internet activity needed monitoring, why should Facebook?
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