Britain gives money to jihadi bomber’s defense, but not his victims’

Britain gives money to jihadi bomber’s defense, but not his victims’
UK police patrol outside of Manchester Arena after terror attack at Ariana Grande concert, May 2017. ABC News video

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The brother of the Manchester Arena terrorist has been given legal aid – but his victims haven’t.

Hashem Abedi, 22, will be represented by state lawyers when he goes to trial accused of 22 counts of murder for each of the victims killed.

But the families of the children and their parents murdered as they left the Ariana Grande concert in May 2017 have been denied taxpayer money to help their cases.

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The shocking revelation was made at a pre-inquest hearing into the death of their loved ones, reports The Sun.

In court in Manchester on Friday the victims’ lawyer Paul Greaney QC told coroner Sir John Saunders: ‘Bereaved families are experiencing difficulties in obtaining funding from the Legal Aid Agency.’

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