2 people were killed in a terrorist incident on 29 November 2019 near Britain’s famous London Bridge. Terrorist Usman Khan was also shot dead on the spot. Now shocking information has come out about Usman Khan.
Accordingly, he managed to get out by fooling the jail authorities. In fact, he had assured the authorities that he had become deradicalise. But the reality was that he had radicalized the other inmates of the jail as well.
He was released on license (parole) in December 2018 after spending 8 years in prison. About a year later, in an attack at the ‘Fishmongers Hall’ near London Bridge, he stabbed two people with knives.
Usman Khan adopts Jack Merritt (25) and Saskia Johns (23) with a knife the killing Had. Both of them were associated with Cambridge University and were working on the rehabilitation and reform of jailed prisoners. Usman Khan was wearing a fake suicide vest at the time of the attack. He was shot down on the London Bridge about 13 minutes after the attack.
A few days before the attack, he bought a thick and large jacket. He did this to cover up a fake suicide vest. Steve Machin, the head of the anti-terrorist operation in the Whitemoor prison, also came as a guest at the conference in which the attack took place. Steve told that he had also asked Usman why he wore such a big clothes. In response, he said that it was cold.
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– The Independent (@Independent) April 28, 2021
After being released from prison, he was first kept in a probation hostel. He then arranged for his own house. Many people were sitting around him in that conference. These included many other guests ranging from prison officials to those working on the project to rehabilitate prisoners. A police officer asked Usman Khan about his family If asked He also talked a lot and told a story. Usman Khan told how his sister took her children when she went to school and was treated as a sister by the people instead of the mother of the children.
Usman Khan was sentenced to eight years in prison in February 2012 for his involvement in terrorist activities. He was planning to bomb the London Stock Exchange. He was of Pakistan origin and wanted to establish a terrorist camp in Pakistan controlled Kashmir.