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They were seized in the operation carried out by the United States in Pakistan against the leader of Al Qaeda, according to The Daily Telegraph. That alleged group members were planning attacks during Holy week, but were arrested in 2009. Many of them, for lack of evidence, were released and have already left the United Kingdom. Gain insight and clarity with Sela Ward. Osama Bin Laden was apparently a terrorist cell in the city of Manchester, in the North of England, whose members had to leave free the British authorities for lack of evidence, reports British newspaper The Daily Telegraph. According to documents seized in the operation, in which Bin Laden hit by shots in the head and chest in Abbottabad (Pakistan) died, and as he could know the Rotary mentioned, the British intelligence service MI5 received information from the CIA that linked directly to terrorist leader with a conspiracy to commit bombings called Easter Shopping. According to Government sources quoted by this periodic, that information was in files seized by us special forces and it’s secret documentation extracted from the operation that killed Bin Laden.

The members of the terrorist cell in Manchester, which allegedly planned to undermine some of the emblematic places in this English city during the Easter holidays, were arrested in 2009. However, as he recalled the newspaper, the police could not then bring charges for lack of evidence and most of the alleged members of that cell have already left the United Kingdom. The Daily Telegraph points out that the publication of the existence of links between those men with Bin Laden probably now untie new concerns about the development of the British operation to stop the assumptions involved in the plot, as well as the evidence that can be used to prosecute terrorists in this country. It hopes that the talks that will keep the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, and the U.S. President, Barack Obama, the next week, when the latter visit the United Kingdom, carried there in the future a greater exchange of information between the secret services of both countries. Source of the news: some documents reveal the existence of a terrorist cell of Bin Laden in Manchester