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British convert to islam wanted to kill prince harry

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    British convert to islam wanted to kill prince harry



    A WHITE Muslim convert walked into a police station and told cops he was going to kill Prince Harry, it was revealed last night.

    Ashraf Islam made his chilling threat a day after the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich, South London.

    Islam, 30, is now facing ten years in jail after admitting threatening to kill soldier Harry, 28, who is third in line to the throne.

    Prince Harry
    Target ... Prince Harry

    Anti-terror cops were called in to investigate after Islam’s threats on Thursday, May 23, and security around the royal was stepped up.

    Two days later, last Saturday, Islam appeared at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court and pleaded guilty before being remanded in custody.

    Scotland Yard allegedly later found a laptop belonging to Islam showing internet searches for kidnapping, guns and vans.

    His internet history is also said to show he had been on terrorist and firearms websites.

    Apache helicopter pilot Harry served in Afghanistan as an on-ground air controller with The Household Cavalry in 2008. He also served there with 662 Squadron Army Air Corps until January.

    — A SECOND man was charged last night with Lee Rigby’s murder. Michael Adebolajo, 28, of Romford, Essex, is also charged with the attempted murder of two police officers and possessing a firearm.

    Brit Muslim convert tells police of Prince Harry kill plot | The Sun |News
     
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