All the signs were there……
Terror suspect at centre of alleged bomb plot ‘tore down neighbour’s England flag and threatened one with a hammer’
- Mohamed Amoudi, 21, was one of six people held by armed police last Thursday
- Described as a nightmare neighbour who was once seen waving a hammer
- A number of Amoudi’s relatives were also held in the same raid
The key suspect at the centre of an alleged Islamist bomb plot foiled by police threatened neighbours with a hammer and once tore an England flag down from a wall, it was claimed last night.
Mohamed Amoudi, 21, one of the six people held by armed police last Thursday over an alleged ‘active’ bomb plot to target London landmarks, was described yesterday as a nightmare neighbour who was once seen waving a hammer at a resident.
Details about the Yemeni-born suspect emerged yesterday as police revealed that the 21-year-old woman who was shot in the raid in Willesden Green, North West London – and said to be related to Amoudi – had been released from hospital.
The young woman – yesterday wrongly reported in one newspaper to have been pregnant – was believed to be unarmed when a team of balaclava-wearing armed police opened fire, shooting her at least once during the raid when she reportedly defied their instructions to ‘freeze’.
Bleeding heavily, the 21-year-old described as a white English woman wearing a burka, was dragged screaming into the street following the shooting at 7pm, shouting: ‘Don’t touch my body’.