On May 22, 2013, British Army soldier Lee Rigby was attacked and killed in Woolwich, southeast London in a brutal act of terrorism.
The family friend of murdered Middleton soldier Lee Rigby says the killer should ‘rot in hell’ after his attempts to challenge his life sentence were quashed earlier today.
Campaigners from the Memorial for Fusilier Lee Rigby petition believe that Greenwhich Council’s refusal to erect a memorial in Drummer Rigby’s name is ‘despicable’.
Facebook came under fire as many began to question if the company could have done more to prevent the premeditated attack from happening.
A shocking report released by the government has suggested murdered Middleton soldier, Lee Rigby, could have been saved if Facebook had handed over vital information to security services.
Fusilier Rigby was murdered near his barracks in Woolwich, London, in May last year by extremists Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale.
Michael Adebolajo, 29, who along with Michael Adebowale, 23, was convicted of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby near Woolwich Barracks last year, and both are serving life sentences for the crime
Michael Adebowale, along with Michael Adebolajo, butchered 25-year-old Lee Rigby in broad daylight close to Woolwich Barracks last May.
Aid workers treated like TERRORISTS: Bolton Muslim reveals battle to beat border controls and deliver Syria aid
A Manchester humanitarian and dad-of-three, who has lead several life-saving aid missions to Syria, has spoken out about the increasing police scrutiny and legal threats he and other Muslim aid workers face at the UK border.
A friend of one of Lee Rigby killer is due for sentencing at the Old Bailey after being found guilty of terrorism offences.
Memorial walk to be held on May 24 in remembrance of Lee Rigby