London Bridge Terrorist Was ISIS-Connected And Started His Rampage At… A Criminal Rehab Workshop?

Written by Wes Walker on December 1, 2019

Terrorists in England don’t seem to be responding very well to the hug-a-thug treatment they are being given.

ISIS has gone from ‘champs’ to ‘chump’s on the world stage in a very short period of time.

They’ve been robbed of major income. They’ve been robbed of all physical territorial control, and now their leader died like a dog — while being hunted down by an animal they consider ‘unclean’.

They have a chip on their shoulder and some scores to settle. Cowards that they are, they are unable to face anyone that would be a real threat to them. So they look for soft targets to hit in response.

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Like swinging a knife in a crowd of civilians… killing two and wounding several others. Which is exactly like the previously-convicted terrorist Usman Khan, age 28 did on Friday.

The really crazy part is what everyone was at that particular location for in the first place.

The attacker, who was jailed in 2012 for his role in an al Qaeda-inspired terror group that plotted to bomb the London Stock Exchange, had first been tackled and disarmed by a group of brave bystanders on the bridge.

Jack Merritt, 25, from Cottenham, was today named by his father as one of two victims killed by Khan at a prisoner rehabilitation conference at Fishmongers’ Hall, where the attack began yesterday afternoon.

Mr Merritt was the course co-ordinator for Learning Together, an education scheme run by the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Criminology that killer Khan had attended on Friday.

The group had been hosting a conference at the Grade II-listed building when the attack began, with Khan one of the former criminals attending the rehabilitation seminar for prisoners.

Mr Merritt’s father David said in a tweet that his son ‘would not wish his death to be used as the pretext for more draconian sentences or for detaining people unnecessarily’.
Source: DailyMail

The terrorist, Usman Khan is dead.

And seeing how the UK’s justice system handles their captured terrorists, that’s probably for the best. Otherwise, he’d eventually be out and most likely doing the same thing all over again.

 

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