London Bridge Terror Attacker Had Terrorism Conviction

It has been confirmed that the recent terror attack on London Bridge was by a convicted terrorist. Usman Khan, 28, was convicted in 2012 for terror offences. However he was released on license a year ago. Part of his parole conditions were he had to wear a tag, and part part on the government’s desistance and disengagement programme.

The attack started at an event run by Cambridge University on prisoner rehabilitation. Two people were stabbed in the incident, both worked for the university in the field of prisoner rehabilitation.

Police shot Khan after members of the public tried to disarm him.

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