According to the british police was the man who on Friday killed two people with a knife in London, convicted in 2012.
the British police can confirm the identity of the alleged perpetrator behind a knivangreb on the London Bridge Friday.
There should be talk about the 28-year-old Usman Khan, who comes from the area of Staffordshire, notify the police in the british capital on the night of Saturday.
He was in 2012 found guilty of offences related to terrorism, but was released on parole in 2018, according to police.
- This individual was known to the authorities, he was convicted in 2012 for offences linked to terrorism, it shall notify Neil Basu, spokesman for the british antiterrorkorps.
He was released on parole from prison in december 2018, and now is one of the key elements in the investigation to find out how he managed to carry out the attack.
Khan was arrested in 2010, just a few days before, that he would have completed its plans to place a bomb in the toilets of the London Stock Exchange.
at that Time found you also with a list of Khan's other objectives, which included both the u.s. embassy in London, Boris Johnson's home, as well as three of St. Paul's Kathedrals leader home.
It writes the Dailymail.
being carried out searches at an address in Staffordshire, saith the.
Already in the course of Friday evening, wrote the british media, that the alleged perpetrator was convicted of "terrorist crimes". The information came at that time from anonymous government sources.
the British police got a review on a knivangreb at London Bridge at 14.58 local time.
A man and a woman were killed in the attack. Moreover, two women and a man wounded. All three of the injured is night to Saturday remain 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, informed the british police Friday.
Earlier Friday evening called prime minister Boris Johnson for a "mistake" to release criminals who have committed "serious and violent" crime, too early.
/ritzau/ReutersUpdated Date: 30 November 2019, 10:00