28-year-old Usman Khan, who was raised in England, had previous plans camp for terrorists in Pakistan.
the Man with the knife at the London Bridge was the 28-year-old Usman Khan. An old acquaintance of the police and the courts in the Uk, who were previously convicted of terrorism.
Khan was a british citizen of pakistani descent and raised in the city of Stoke-on-Trent, south of Manchester, writes british media.
With a knife he killed the Friday afternoon a man and a woman and wounded three before he was overpowered by the brave citizens on London Bridge, and a cop shot and killed him.
Several british media writing Saturday morning that his murderous intentions - as the authorities call terrorism - must be begun in the historic building of Fishmongers' Hall on the north side of London Bridge.
Here he must have stung more, before he fled on the bridge.
Usman Khan was in 2012 convicted along with eight other extremists plan on terrorism. Among other things, a bombing raid on the London stock exchange and the office of the then mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
He also had plans to establish a training facility for islamist extremists in a rural area in the pakistani part of Kashmir, as his families own, emerged from the court documents.
Khan was sentenced to imprisonment for an indefinite period of time. He had to first be freed, when one considered that he was no longer a danger to others.
In december last year, he was released on parole. But on the condition that he should go with an electronic fodlænke.
on Friday he was inside in the Fishmongers' Hall to participate in an event, as Cambridge University was behind it. It was about integrating former prisoners back into society, writes the BBC.
apparently It was here that he pulled out a large knife and began to poke the other down, before he fled to London Bridge. Here overpowered the brave citizens him and got she wrung the knife from him.
He was wearing a fake bombevest, police said. When the cops arrived, he was hit by two shots and died.
on Saturday morning the police started a major search of his home in Stafford, south of Stoke-on-Trent.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 30 November 2019, 11:00