The first victim of Friday's terrorist attack on London Bridge in the English capital have been identified.
The 25-year-old Jack Meritt was stabbed and killed by the perpetrator Usman Khan.
It writes the SkyNews.
the Terrorist Usman Khan began his attack on Friday afternoon for a conference for former prisoners in the historic building of Fishmongers Hall, which is located by the London Bridge.
Here, the 25-year-old Jack Merrit, who graduated from the University of Cambridge, as the coordinator of the conference.
Jack Merrits father has, according to the british media confirmed that it is his son, there is one dead victim of a terrorist attack. The second victim, a woman, is not yet identified.
On Twitter writes the danger, according to Skynews:
The 28-year-old terrorist, Usman Khan was on parole after serving part of his sentence for planning a terrorist attack. He was convicted of in 2012.
After the attack on the London Bridge, the English prime minister, Boris Johnson, criticised early prøveløsladelser.
"I simply mean not the automatic, early releases, where you cut half of a sentence and closes very serious violent criminals out early works. We have clear evidence that it does not work," said Boris Johnson, for the BBC.
But the victim Jack Merrits father believes that his son's death to be used as an argument for harsher penalties.
'My son, Jack, who was killed in the attack, would not wish, that his death was used as a pretext for more draconian sentences and to imprison people unnecessarily,' wrote the danger David Merrit on twitter, according to Skynews.
the Media tells that the victim, Jack Merrit studied law at the University of Manchester, before he from 2016 to 2017 was at the University of Cambridge.
According to The Telegraph describes one of Jack Merrits colleagues - Serena Wright - the 25-year-old as 'the sweetest, most thoughtful and selfless individual I've ever met'. It she wrote on Twitter, and continued:
'I loved him so much. The warmest heart, always with time for everyone. Complete irreplaceable - I will mourn the loss of him and to honour his memory.'Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 01:00