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Wanted terror suspect was ‘class clown’ at Teddington School
Khalife ‘resourceful’ because of Army experience


The terror suspect who escaped earlier this week from Wandsworth Prison was a Teddington schoolboy – according to newspaper reports.

Daniel Khalife, 21, was said by police to have links to Kingston where his mother and twin sister had once lived and a massive police hunt in nearby Richmond Park yesterday failed to trace him.

According to national newspapers today Khalife, a former soldier and computer expert, attended Teddington School in Broom Road.

There was no immediate response from the school today.

Accounts in newspapers quoted a friend of Khalife as saying: “He was a very nice guy when he joined the school aged 11. He was the class clown, one of the funniest in the year, but he became a bit more into his shell.”

The reports added he was in the lower sets at school, and was described as a bit of a loner who sat at the back ‘swinging on his chair’, leaving with a ‘handful of GCSEs’ and joining the Army shortly afterwards.

A reward of £20000 leading to his arrest has been offered by the Metropolitan police.

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