A suicide bomber Salman Abedi, who blew herself up in Manchester on may 22, was preparing a terrorist act within one year. On Friday, may 26, reports The Times.
According to the newspaper, the terrorist opened an account with a Bank about a year ago. From this account, Abedi paid for the purchase of nails and screws later he stuffed the bomb. To avoid suspicions, he twice visited the suburbs of Manchester, where he acquired the materials in stores B&Q and Screwfix. A week before the explosion, Abedi returned from Libya and rented an apartment in the city centre, where he collected an explosive device.
The attack on the stadium “Manchester arena” on the evening of may 22, killed 22 people, injured about 120, 59 of them were taken to medical facilities. Banned in Russia grouping “Islamic state” has claimed responsibility for the bombing and called the attack revenge for the attack on “Muslim lands”.