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Cops Tipped OFF About London Terror Ringleader

A friend of the suspect called the anti-terror hotline because he became obsessed with watching hate preacher videos on YouTube and police were later warned he was trying to radicalise children in a local park and giving them treats to listen to him.

'Abz' also berated an Imam for encouraging worshippers to vote in the 2015 General Election and was banned from the mosque in the ensuing row.

A friend who called the anti-terror hotline said: 'I did my bit, I know other people did their bit but the authorities did not do their bit'.

The suspect, who MailOnline has chosen not to name at the request of police, is one of three men who embarked on a stabbing rampage in London on Saturday night.


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