Manchester Ariana Grande Concert Bomber is Yet Another 'Known Wolf' Terrorist
Reports are now identifying the suicide bomber who struck following an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester as 23-year-old Salman Abedi:
And ISIS has claimed credit for the attack:
As with virtually all Western terror attacks (as I've reported many times here at PJ Media -- see below), this appears to be yet another case of "Known Wolf" terrorism. The suspected bomber had been known to authorities beforehand.
In this case, as in so many others, he apparently had been deemed not a threat:
The "Known Wolf" terrorism problem has become so ubiquitous in these Western terror cases that it has become the rule, not the exception:
While I have been reporting on the "Known Wolf" phenomenon since October 2014, others are now just starting to catch on:
The UK's parliamentary elections are in just a few weeks, and undoubtedly Prime Minister May's opposition will try to capitalize on last night's security failure.
But has any major Western political party made the problem of "Known Wolf" terrorism an issue?
Back in March, after two "Known Wolf" terror attacks in only five days, I asked here how many more have to die before Western authorities begin to address the issue. The resounding answer has been: many more.
Sadly, I'll have to continue updating the ever-growing list of "Known Wolf" terror attacks:
Dec. 15, 2014: Sydney Hostage Taker Another Case of ‘Known Wolf’ Syndrome
June 26, 2015: France’s Beheading Terrorist Was Well-Known By Authorities