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Lee Rigby killer ‘fighting for life’ with Covid

Harriet Brewis
·1 min read
<p>Michael Adebowale is serving a life sentence for murdering Fusilier Rigby in 2013</p> (Metropolitan Police)

Michael Adebowale is serving a life sentence for murdering Fusilier Rigby in 2013

(Metropolitan Police)

One of the terrorists who killed Lee Rigby is fighting for his life after catching coronavirus, it is reported.

Michael Adebowale is serving a life sentence for murdering Fusilier Rigby in May 2013 on the streets of Woolwich, south-east London.

The 29-year-old Islamic terrorist was moved from Broadmoor last week following a deterioration in his condition after he contracted Covid-19, according to the Sun.

Adebowale and Michael Adebolajo ran over the 25-year-old soldier close to Woolwich Barracks in May 2013 before stabbing him to death in broad daylight.

The father-of-one died as a result of multiple cut and stab wounds after the attack fuelled by Adebowale and Adebolajo’s extremist beliefs, described as a “betrayal of Islam” at their murder trial in 2014.

This story is being updated.

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