Revealed: How UK taxpayers are paying for secret life of Al Qaeda supergrass (including his rent and mobile phone)

Daily Mail:

By Tom Leonard In New York

PUBLISHED: 18:33 GMT, 23 April 2012 | UPDATED: 22:55 GMT, 23 April 2012

An Al Qaeda supergrass secretly released from a British prison is having everything from his rent to his mobile phone costs paid by the taxpayer, he told a New York court.

The Mail revealed last week how ex-grammar school boy Saajid Badat was freed two years early in return for giving evidence in terror cases.

Badat had been jailed for 13 years for planning to destroy a transatlantic plane with a shoe-bomb in a co-ordinated attack in December 2001 with fellow Briton Richard Reid.

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