London Killer Was Jailed for Eight Years in 2012 for Plotting to Bomb the London Stock Exchange and Build a Terrorist Training Camp – Then Released Last Year and Was Still Wearing His Ankle Tag When He Stabbed Two People to Death

Scotland Yard has named the terrorist responsible for yesterday’s attack on London Bridge as 28-year-old Usman Khan.

Anti-terror police have raided a house in Staffordshire area which was linked to Khan.

Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu confirmed that a man and a woman had been killed in the attack.

He confirmed Khan, who was from Stoke-on-Trent had a prior terrorism conviction and had been jailed for eight years in 2012.

He was released on licence in December 2018 and was still wearing a monitoring tag.

Commissioner Basu confirmed Khan had been attending a seminar in Fishmongers’ Hall run by Cambridge University’s Criminology Department to help offenders reintegrate into society following their release from jail.

Khan had threatened to blow up the building at the start of his five-minute rampage which ended in his death on London Bridge.

The killer had previously been arrested on December 20, 2010, four days before he and his nine-strong Al-Qaeda-inspired gang had planned to plant a bomb in the toilets of the London Stock Exchange.

Police found a handwritten list of targets which included the U.S. Embassy and the homes of London Mayor Boris Johnson, the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral and two rabbis.

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Source: Daily Mail