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Last updated on July 2nd, 2017 at 07:41 am
BBC producer Nasreen Suleaman failed to give police information that would have helped track down bomb-happy London jihadists, a court hears:
Miss Suleaman admitted that she had spoken to [convicted terrorwad Mohammed Hamid] in the days following the July 21 attacks and found out he knew the wanted men.
She said she thought he was scared the fugitives might try to call him but did not contact the police because she felt under “no obligation” to do so.
Miss Suleaman claimed she told BBC managers of the situation but no one passed on the information to the authorities.
The documentary Suleaman produced, featuring Mohammed Hamid and screened just one month before bomb attacks in July 2005, was titled Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic.
UPDATE. Suggested title for Suleaman’s next documentary: It Isn’t Up to Me, I’m From the BBC.