Moment furious Uber driver realises he’s been caught out by cops plotting deadly terror attacks in London

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THIS is the moment a furious Uber driver realised he’d been caught out by cops after plotting terror attacks on Madame Tussauds and Gay Pride.

Warped Musa Chowdhury planned to “unleash death” at popular tourist attractions in a grisly knife rampage.

Musa Chowdhury exposed his guilt as he realised police didn’t believe him
The wannabe jihadi clenches his fist in anger after being shown a secret recording admitting to the deadly plan
Mohiussunnath Chowdhury plotted to target London with terror attacks
Chowdhury plotted to target Madame Tussauds and Gay Pride

The 29-year-old had previously been cleared of a sword attack on police outside Buckingham Palace before hatching his extremist plan.

He was caught out after he encouraged an undercover cop to research potential attack targets in a five-month sting operation.

Chowdhury even shared details of his preparation with officers and encouraged them to get involved in the potential attacks.

The ex-chicken shop worker lifted weights, practised stabbing, rehearsed beheading and booked shooting-range training to prepare for an atrocity.

Chowdhury was played a secret recording discussing the attacks

Brazen Chowdhury even tried to dupe cops after he was arrested and offered to help them with their enquiries.

But experts on Faking It: Tears of a Crime say the wannabe terrorist unwittingly exposed his guilt with a “five second leg shake” and “rapid blinking” as it dawned on him he’d been caught.

Body language expert Cliff Lansley says: “Although he seems calm on the surface, we can see a vibration from the legs which, when you count that, there’s about four or five movements per second. It’s the result of stress that’s caused by anxiety.

“When you combine that with the rapid blink rates – about four or five times in a short period of time – this shows that he’s experiencing cognitive load; he’s thinking hard.

“As you look here, the brows are down, you’ve got a glare from the eyes, you can see the lips have started to clamp. You can almost the feel the ferocity, the anger that must be inside him here.

“He’s clamping his fist you can see the knuckles coming through. This anger is probably directed at himself. He’s been outwitted by the police.”

The knife discovered by police
A knife found in Chowdhury’s London flat
Cops also discovered wooden training swords
Cops also discovered wooden training swords

Chowdhury’s jihadist plot was fuelled by “dreams of martyrdom” as he planned gun, knife and van attacks on Madame Tussauds, the Gay Pride parade and an open-top sightseeing bus last year.

He threw his efforts into the plan and even tried to acquire a gun as he plotted to unleash carnage on London’s streets.

The driver had been brainwashed by sermons from hate preachers like al Qaida’s Anwar Al-Awlaki and longed “to kill and harm as many people as possible”.

Chowdhury even told the undercover officer in a secret recording: “If you’re one man and there’s a million kuffar (unbelievers), you are free to fight them, if your intentions are clear, you’re fighting for the pleasure of Allah.

“And if you die that’s completely fine, it’s even more virtuous, you know.”

He later added during the conversation: “It must be an ambush … we should be the one doing it first, they shouldn’t know what’s hit them, yeah, does that make sense?”

Chowdhury made a drawing of the 9/11 attack
Chowdhury made a drawing of the 9/11 attack

The jihadi was acquitted in 2018 of slashing police with a sword outside Buckingham Palace while shouting “Allahu Akbar”.

He had written a letter to his sister saying “he was going to be with Allah in paradise” and “the Queen and her soldiers will all be in the hellfire”.

Even with the mountain of evidence stacked against him, Chowdhury believed he could trick cops after being cleared of the previous knife attack.

But the experts have revealed how Chowdhury’s demeanour changed from confident and helpful to closed-off and angry when he realised he’d been caught by the secret recording.

Forensic psychologist Kerry Daynes says: “At this point, Chowdhury knows that he’s busted, the game is up so he starts to shut down.”

Chowdhury even appears to admit he was guilty of the Buckingham Palace knife rampage with a simple slip of the tongue.

He can be seen telling officers “why would I do another attack” as they quizzed him about his murderous plans.

Professor of Linguistics Dawn Archer said: “‘Another attack’ suggests he has done an attack.

“So, in spite of being found not guilty by a jury he seems to be telling us via a verbal slip that he was involved in an attack previously.”

Chowdhury was caged for life with a minimum of 25 years in July this year after being found guilty of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts.

The jihadi was also convicted of collecting information likely to be useful to someone preparing an act of terrorism and disseminating terrorist publications.

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 Mohiussunnath Chowdhury had been cleared of attacking police officers with a sword outside Buckingham Palace
Chowdhury had been cleared of attacking police officers with a sword outside Buckingham Palace
 London's Gay Pride parade was also said to be a target
He then targeted the Gay Pride parade
 The capital's iconic tourist attraction Madame Tussauds was on a hitlist of targets
Madame Tussauds was also on Chowdhury’s hitlist

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