On 26 January 2016, a terror drill took place at the Intu Braehead shopping centre on the outskirts of Glasgow, in Scotland.
In the exercise, masked gunmen 'opened fire' at a crowded bus stop outside the mall.
In recent times there have been false flag attacks in Tunisia and in Paris.
Scotland's Assistant Chief Constable Bernard Higgins has said that the Scottish police work alongside army special forces.
Hussein Ali, who was jailed for 25 years
The security services like to employ criminal gangs for some of their false flags, reportedly.
Scotland has Somali gangsters, such as the G-Star gang, who sell crack cocaine.
The G-Star gang have a £1million-a-year drug empire.
The former boss of MI5, Jonathan Evans, warned in September 2010 that it was 'only a matter of time' before 'UK residents trained in Somalia' stage an attack on British streets.
Mohammed Omar Abdi with Rosdeep Kular the mother of Mikaeel Kular who was murdered.
In May 2013, Mohammed Omar Abdi, a Pakistani originally from Kenya, was arrested after a major drug seizure in the Edinburgh area.
'Drug gang shot victim for talking to the police'
Abdi's father Omar is an Imam at the Edinburgh Central Mosque.
Abdi was released on bail and then shot dead.
Abdi's associates, who were Somalis, reportedly shot him.
Abdi seems to be a common surname in Kenya.
In Kenyan, Musa Hussein Abdi worked for al Qaeda.
Mohamed Ahmed Abdi is a suspect in the Kenyan mall attack.
Al Qaeda is suspected of being run by the Western security services, and financed by the drugs trade.
'CIA FINANCED MALL ATTACKERS'
The mystery of Mikaeel Kular (above) may remind some people of the mystery of John Kilbride.
John Kilbride was murdered by Ian Brady.
Ian Brady worked for the top Scottish drugs gangster Arthur Thompson.
Arthur Thompson 'worked for the British security service MI5'.
(Moors Murderer Ian Brady brags of Scottish gangland links.) (Donal MacIntyre - erutufonnofuture)
Police Scotland's new chief constable, Phil Gormley, led the Metropolitan (London) police branch that controlled the undercover unit whose officers had sex with their female targets.
Phil Gormley was in charge of the Met's Special Branch, which had responsibility for the disgraced Special Demonstration Squad (SDS).
New Scottish police chief had links to Met undercover police 'sex spy' unit / PHIL GORMLEY.
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