Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamud, a member of the grand banditry using at least 17 false names, has received an official pass, and began working as a kitchen boy in a bar-room of the first class at the airport of London-Heathrow, without a full check of its history, reports the newspaper The Daily Mail.
The man worked at the airport for at least five days and would have had access to the runways, despite the fact that it is included on a list of potential terrorists under surveillance.
No investigation of substance have been driving before he had started working at the airport, with the exception of the routine procedures carried out by the Civil Aviation Authority, which has granted him on February 5, a pass, provisional.
For its part, the security service of the objection on its side as it takes a lot of time to check the background of a person and that the law was not formally breached, the employee had been searched before entering the airport and close monitoring by a staff member.
However, Mohamed has been granted access to some areas, took a picture of a plane from a runway and has published it on his Twitter account.
Mohamed has many criminal records. Already convicted of theft, threat of death, major illnesses, and money laundering, he has served prison sentences for a total duration of five years.
Given his background, he was on a list of potential terrorists under surveillance, and has regularly been interviewed as part of the Prevent strategy, encompassing thousands of people placed under surveillance as a extremist potential.