Originally published in Daily Mail
A terror suspect who won a legal bid to take off his tag is accused of fundraising for an Islamist group that slaughtered Britons.
The row over the human rights ruling deepened last night as more details emerged of his extremist background. Officials fear it will now be harder for police and MI5 to monitor the hate preacher, who has breached his T-Pim control order at least 11 times.
Terrorism expert Robin Simcox, of the Henry Jackson Society think-tank, said: ‘It is difficult to see how this man can be allowed to wander around if he is supposed to be in such a delusional state … There is now likely to be a massive cost involved in having to monitor him manually once the tag has been removed.’