BREAKING: Manchester Concert Bomber Identified… And It’s Exactly As We Feared

by Brian Hayes | Top Right News

Authorities have identified the man responsible for the devastating concert bombing in Manchester, England.

The attack killed 22 people, mostly children who were attending an Ariana Grande concert, and left 59 more with horrific injuries from the nail bomb used.

The youngest reported victim was only 8 years old, Saffie Rose Roussos, from a suburb of Manchester:

The perpetrator has been identified as an Islamic suicide bomber named Salman Abedi, 23 years old.

In addition, the Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attack — although this claim has not been verified by authorities, and the group got some of its “facts wrong” in a online post:

And as is so infuriatingly common in recent years, CBS reports the suicide bomber Abedi, was “known to British authorities” prior to the attack.

The Muslim terrorist who killed 3 tourists — including one American — in London in March was also known to police. And in the U.S., both the Boston Bombers, the Tsarnaev brothers, and Orlando Pulse nightclub jihadist were known to James Comey’s FBI prior to their slaughtering dozens of Americans.

President Donald J. Trump criticized Comey and Obama’s “soft” approach to Muslim terror suspects during the 2016 campaign, and promised to implement “extreme vetting” to weed them out, but has thus far been stymied by liberal Federal judges. Trump’s policy directives will soon be tested in the U.S. Supreme Court.

UPDATE: Police also arrested another 23 year old man as a suspect in Manchester Tuesday morning.

The arena had a sell-out crowd of 20,000. The bomb went off in the lobby area as concertgoers were trying to leave the venue at the end of the concert.

Shockingly, the jihadist did not have to go though any security before arriving at his target location inside one of the exit foyers.

The bomber, a man who police say arrived alone, was not inside the arena when he detonated his explosives. He arrived on the local rail system and approached one of the main exits as the audience made their way out.

The prime minister Theresa May called this a “sickening attack on children.”

How many times do we have to hear this phrase – “he was known to the authorities” – before those authorities stop pussyfooting around?

Our prayers to the families of the victims of Manchester.


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