Via Mirror Online:
Counter terror police have warned troops that extremists may try to copy the murder of Lee Rigby.
Soldiers were told to be extra vigilant over fears that crazed jihadists were plotting an execution like the one in Woolwich when Fusilier Lee, 25, was hacked to death near his base.
Scotland Yard issued the warning at Cavalry Barracks in Hounslow, West London, after learning that fanatics in the area supported the horrific killing. Police, who have stepped up patrols of nearby streets, told Army bosses: “We request that military personnel remain vigilant and take appropriate steps to avoid drawing attention to their status as members of the armed forces.
“Particular care must be taken in the immediate area around the barracks, including pubs and Hounslow High Street.”
Hundreds of troops were warned and the Ministry of Defence said it temporarily banned Army uniforms in some public places because of the threat.