Media: Perpetrator, in London, was previously sentenced for terror

Suspected perpetrator behind the knivangreb in London was allegedly known by the authorities for terrorforbindelser. The alleged perpetrator behind a knivangr

Media: Perpetrator, in London, was previously sentenced for terror

Suspected perpetrator behind the knivangreb in London was allegedly known by the authorities for terrorforbindelser.

The alleged perpetrator behind a knivangreb in London, which has claimed two other lives and investigated as terrorism, previously convicted of terrorism-related crimes.

This writes the british newspaper the Times. The first line on the newspaper front page reads:

- A convicted terrorist released from prison after having agreed to allow its movements to monitor the stack and killed two persons during an attack, before he was shot dead by the police.

the Newspaper writes that it has information from anonymous government sources. They described word-for-word his sentences as being "terrorism-related offences."

His whereabouts have been overvågnet with an electronic gps device.

the British police have nothing reported about the alleged perpetrator.

According to The Times, he took part shortly before the attack in an event in London regarding the rehabilitation of former inmates.

the Perpetrator of the stack a number of people with a knife, of which at least two have lost their lives. In addition, a person is hospitalized and in critical but stable condition, while two others also are hospitalized.

After being disarmed by civilians on London Bridge was the alleged perpetrator shot and killed by police.

the Man had at that time a belt is excited about life, which later turned out to be a dummy for a bombebælte.

the Incident may be investigated as terrorism, informs the british police.

It is not only The Times, who has been informed that the formodende perpetrator was known to the authorities.

An anonymous "sikkerhedskilde" has told to news agency PA that the man, who cops shot and killed, was known by police for connections to the terrorgrupperinger.

Earlier in the evening called prime minister Boris Johnson for a "mistake" to release criminals who have committed "serious and violent" crime, too early.

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Updated Date: 29 November 2019, 23:00

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