‘Ter­ror’ lag spared jail

The People - - NEWS FEATURES - By Alan Selby

A CA­REER crim­i­nal and ter­ror sus­pect has been spared jail de­spite ly­ing to get a Heathrow se­cu­rity pass.

Mo­hamed Mo­hamud’s 11-year crim­i­nal record in­cluded threats to kill, rob­bery, as­sault and money laun­der­ing and he spent five years in jail.

He was also in­ter­viewed five times by anti-ter­ror of­fi­cials although charges were dropped be­cause of in­suf­fi­cient ev­i­dence.

But we re­vealed in Fe­bru­ary how he had tricked his way into a job as a kitchen porter in a first­class lounge at Heathrow.

Mo­hamud, 34, who has 17 aliases, ad­mit­ted fraud be­fore Uxbridge mag­is­trates last week and got a sus­pended jail term.

Bosses said he was su­per­vised at all times but were baf­fled af­ter he recorded a video yards from jets.

FRAUD­STER: Mo­hamud

RES­CUE: Justin Welby

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