On Air Now
25 November 2014, 17:35
One of the men who killed Lee Rigby in Woolwich studied at an Islamic college in Carmarthenshire.
A report by MP's also says the soldier's murder might have been prevented if a website had flagged up comments Michael Adebowale made online.
The inquiry has highlighted time Michael Adebowale spent in Llanybydder in 2012, studying Arabic at residential college - the European Institute of Human Sciences.
Despite being monitored by Mi5, the report says during his time there he wasn't involved in any trouble and it's thought the college wasn't involved in extremism.
Currently the college isn't running any courses.
MP's also say Soldier Lee Rigby's death couldn't have been prevented but both Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale had previously featured in a number of investigations by Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ.
The 192 page report says it doesn't think any of the opportunities missed by those agencies were significant enough to have prevented Lee Rigby's death.
There has been criticism of an American internet company which has been described as a "safe haven for terrorists'' after it failed to flag up a conversation Abebowale had online.
Six months before Lee Rigby's murder - he'd promised to kill a soldier.
Prime Minister David Cameron says there are lessons to be learned and things need to change.
He's announced 130 million pounds of funding be given to help intelligence agencies combat so called "lone wolf" terrorists