Glasgow Airport terror suspect 'being kept alive'
Severely burned terror suspect Kafeel Ahmed is being kept alive to avoid retaliation or further terror attacks from radical Muslims, it was reported yesterday.
Mr. Ahmed, a 27 year old doctor of engineering who is believed to have been the bomb maker in both Glasgow and London, suffered third-degree burns to 90 percent of his body when he and his cousin drove a Jeep filled with gas canisters into the entrance of Glasgow Airport late last month.
He is in a coma and on a life support at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, and has little chance of surviving, The Scotsman newspaper reported. The decision to keep him alive has more to do with politics than medicine, the newspaper adds.
Last week, at a reported cost of £20,000, his burns were treated with special shark skin implants, to aid in healing.
MI5 intelligence officers had hoped to interrogate him but will now settle for keeping him alive as long as possible, one senior police official told the newspaper, adding: 'They believe the longer he lives, the calmer things will get.'
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