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Friday, 21 October 2016

EXCELLENT! Muslim convert, who tried to blow up a restaurant in Britain with a nail bomb, has been found dead in prison.

nintchdbpict000276182168Nicky Reilly, 30 (right), who was jailed for life after trying to blow himself up inside a crowded restaurant – Giraffe – in a failed suicide attack, has died in prison. Reilly converted to Islam in 2002, and in 2004, changed his name to Mohamed Rashid Saeed-Alim. He quickly became interested in violent Islamic jihad., and began to download videos on bomb-making and martyrdom

In May 2008 he accidentally set off a home-made nail bomb in a toilet cubicle as he prepared to target dozens of innocent customers. Reilly, described as the “least cunning person ever to have been charged with terrorism”, injured only himself in the blast inside the Giraffe restaurant in Exeter.(Oopsie!)

Reilly seen on camera carrying the explosives inside the restaurant
Reilly seen on camera carrying the explosives inside the restaurant

He pleaded guilty to attempted murder and preparing an act of terrorism and was jailed for life with a minimum term of 18 years in 2009.

A Prison Service spokeswoman said: “HMP Manchester prisoner Mohamed Saeed-Alim died in custody on Wednesday October 19. “As with all deaths in custody, there will be an independent investigation by the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman.”

Reilly decided to carry out his attack on the restaurant after being encouraged by others on the internet. He had intended to run out into the packed dining area holding three bottles, filled with caustic soda, kerosene, and nails, to his stomach.

Inside the toilet where explosives went off
Inside the toilet where explosives went off

But he got stuck in the toilet as he prepared the blast, leaving one of the bottles to go off before he could leave the cubicle. The explosion sent dozens of restaurant customers fleeing in panic and the bomber staggered out suffering serious facial injuries.

Reilly was intent on becoming a martyr by killing himself and others and wrote: “That is my dream.” He considered bombing Plymouth’s Charles Cross police station and Drake Circus shopping centre as well as Devonport dockyard.

In a rambling suicide note written in red ink and left in his bedroom, Reilly described how he was motivated by the “disgusting” behaviour of people in Britain as well as the “war on Islam”. He also claimed he had not been “brainwashed or indoctrinated.” (Of course not, he was just following the teachings of the quran)

In custody after blast
In custody after blast