Mulu Girma Biography
Mulu Girma is a former model who turned jihadi and jailed for helping the 21/7 Tube bombers was granted £1.4million in legal aid during her battle to evade justice.
£1.4m in legal aid to a person who:
Was not born here.
Who wants to kill us.
Who is a terrorist criminal.
Everything that is wrong with Britain today in one sentence.
14,000 people had to pay a £1000 in tax for this outrage.https://t.co/2EYWGSnB1D
— Catherine Blaiklock BP (@blaiklockBP) November 18, 2019
Girma, der in einer Wohnung in Dartford, Kent, im Wert von 186.000 Pfund gelebt hatte, wurde im September 2017 entlassen, nachdem der Rat auf seine terroristische Vergangenheit aufmerksam gemacht worden war.
Mulu Girma Age
She is 35 years old.
Mulu Girma Bio
Mulu Girma born c. 1984 in Ethiopia was the third person (and second woman) charged under the Terrorism Act 2000 over the 21 July 2005 London bombings, along with her sister Yeshshiembet Girma. She was charged with “failing to disclose informationhttps://t.co/7smrJbZMoF pic.twitter.com/TPJAmu1kxz
— wikiagebio (@wikiagebio1) November 18, 2019
Mulu Girma, 35, then received thousands more for her human rights fight to stay in the UK instead of facing deportation to her homeland Ethiopia – dwarfing the compensation victims received for the potentially catastrophic attack.
Mulu Girma Parents
Girma, daughter of a Catholic diplomat, moved to London as a girl. In 2005, she was arrested by counter-terror police investigating a botched plot to kill Tube passengers on July 21, two weeks after the July 7 attack that murdered 52.
Mulu Girma Jailed
Three years later, she was jailed for ten years for helping her brother-in-law Hussain Osman flee London, dressing his wounds and destroying evidence.
Today, the Freedom of information figures obtained by The Sun revealed that Girma received £1,435,090 in legal aid assisted to her crown court trial in 2008.
In 2011, a list of foreign-born terrorists in Britain was published, including Girma, her brother Esayas and sister Yeshiemebet as well as Siraj Ali, Omar’s foster brother.
“Mulu Girma, 35, then received thousands more for her *human rights* fight to stay in the UK instead of facing deportation to her homeland Ethiopia”.
The Tory Party of lickspittle careerists won’t touch the human rights laws that require this nonsense. https://t.co/K2KfY0QMYB
— Jon Holbrook (@JonHolb) November 18, 2019
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Mulu Girma, 35, was jailed for ten years in 2008 for helping the 21/7 bombers
- She also helped the her brother-in-law tend his wounds after a failed explosion
- Girma helped hide Hussein Osman who tried to blow up a train in West London