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Emad Al Swealmeen or Enzo Almeni, a Liverpool bomb suspect

Malcolm and Elizabeth Hitchott, Liverpool residents who together with him in for eight months, stated he had changed his name to Enzo Almeni.

Police are investigating the blast outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital and found a suspected bomber’s name. He is Emal Ad Swealmeen who died in the explosion. Malcolm and Elizabeth Hitchott, Liverpool residents who together with him in for eight months, stated he had changed his name to Enzo Almeni.

Emad Al Swealmeen or Enzo Almeni, a Liverpool bomb suspect

A 32-year-old man was a passenger in a taxi. The bomb was made homemade and erupted soon before 11 am on a Remembrance Sunday.

Who is Liverpool bomber suspect?

According to a report, Al Swealmeen or Enzo Almeni landed in Britain about six years ago. He claimed to be from either Syria or Iraq.

The driver David Perry jumped before the car took fire. He also has since been released from the hospital.

This accident made polices claim it as a terrorist incident and arrest four men. However, they have since been released.

Police mentioned about Liverpool bomber

The head of counterterrorism policing for northwest England, Russ Jackson, state that the arrested men told us about essential things. He also declared that police were satisfied with the reports they have given. Now, the four men have been released from police custody.

Jackson said that police presence had a greater understanding of the component parts of the device, how they were taken and how the parts are expected to have been gathered. He also mentions a probability that this incident was planned, prepared for and how it happened.

Security sources also revealed Al Swealmeen or Enzo Almeni was not on MI at the time of the attack. Al Swealmeen had no known links to any terrorist groups, reports stated. In the wake of the incident, the UK terror threat level has been increased to critical, meaning a future attack is extremely likely.

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