In court, the youths claimed they had been given nothing to eat for two days and had been denied access to lawyers.
They had spent a night in police custody in Mombasa and were questioned by counter terrorism officers before being taken to court the next day. Adebolajo was fingerprinted and photographed and made a full statement.
After the order was made to deport Adebolajo, police officers accompanied him, handcuffed, in an unmarked police vehicle to Nairobi airport.
During the day-long drive, the vehicle was involved in a minor accident, and although no-one was injured the journey was delayed. That evening Adebolajo was put on the first available flight to London.
The Mail on Sunday has learned that Rikki Thomas – arrested last week in a police raid on her Greenwich house and later released without charge – gave birth to the terror suspect’s son last year.
Neighbours recalled how 29-year-old Thomas wore mini-skirts and was a ‘bright lovely woman’ before meeting him six years ago and turning into someone who hardly left the house.
Odette Hamilton said: ‘Rikki began to dress more and more like a Muslim. Eventually she wore the whole burka.
‘When they walked down the street, he used to make her follow behind him, in subordination.’
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