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Woolwich murder, the MI6 connection June 2, 2013

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Younger brother of Michael Adebolajo ‘was paid thousands to spy in the Middle East’

  • Jeremiah Adebolajo, 26, is a university English teacher in Saudi Arabia
  • Allegedly approached by MI6 who pressured him to become a spy
  • Flown business class to five-star hotels and handed cash
  • Sister Blessing says he ‘strongly’ rejected offers to work for MI6
  • Asked to help ‘turn’ his brother Michael because of links to terror groups

Source: The Daily Mail

By Robert Verkaik

PUBLISHED: 22:02, 1 June 2013 | UPDATED: 22:03, 1 June 2013

Teacher: Michael Adebolajo's brother Jeremiah, pictured, was paid thousands by MI6 to become a spy in the Middle EastTeacher: Michael Adebolajo’s brother Jeremiah, pictured, was paid thousands by MI6 to become a spy in the Middle East

The younger brother of one of the men accused of murdering Drummer Lee Rigby was paid thousands of pounds by MI6 as part of spying operations in the Middle East, The Mail on Sunday has discovered.

Jeremiah Adebolajo, who uses the name Abul Jaleel, was also asked to help ‘turn’ his brother, Michael, to work for MI5, who were already aware of Michael’s close links to extremist groups.

The claims are made by the Adebolajo family and a well-placed source who contacted The Mail on Sunday.

Jeremiah Adebolajo, 26, who works as an English teacher at a  university in Saudi Arabia and returned to Britain this week, is to be questioned about his brother by Scotland Yard counter-terrorism detectives today.

Government sources have already confirmed that Michael Adebolajo was known to MI5. Last week it was alleged that he rebuffed efforts by the security service to recruit him as a spy.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2334476/Woolwich-murder-MI6-connection-Younger-brother-Michael-Adebolajo-paid-thousands-spy-Middle-East.html#ixzz2V61THGSe
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