Two attacks in Europe were by
Amish motherfucking pieces of shit ragheads.
In London he was still wearing his animal tag and was an extremist released from jail.
The other attack, although not mentioning suspects by name or religious affiliation, took place in the Hague. Almost a day later and NO ONE has been identified. Which means only one thing.
Welcome to Sad-dick Chaka-Khan’s London.
Usman Khan, 28, was jailed in 2012 for terrorism offences for his part in an al Qaeda-inspired terror group that plotted to bomb the London Stock Exchange and the US Embassy and kill Boris Johnson.
Khan, a Stoke-on-Trent-based radical, originally received an indeterminate sentence for public protection with a minimum of eight years behind bars after his 2012 arrest, meaning he would remain locked up for as long as it was necessary to protect the public.
But this sentence was quashed at the Court of Appeal in April 2013 and he was given a determinate 16-year jail term instead, meaning he would be automatically released after eight years.
Judges including Lord Justice Leveson said at the time when reversing the original sentence that the Parole Board was best placed to decide when he would be safe to be released from jail.
But today the Parole Board has released a statement saying that Khan was released automatically and they did not make the decision.
It has also emerged today that he was a student and ‘personal friend’ of hate preacher Anjem Choudary.
Now, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that it was a ‘mistake’ to release Khan from prison and has vowed to crack down on early releases for inmates. The PM visited the scene of the attack today with Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, and Home Secretary Priti Patel.
Khan was released on licence in December 2018 and was still wearing a monitoring tag at the time of yesterday’s attack, which he carried out while wearing a fake suicide vest.
Scotland Yard Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu confirmed that a man and a woman were killed in the attack which saw Khan stab up to five people before being shot dead by armed police as hundreds of commuters fled in terror.
Anti-terror police have raided a house in the Staffordshire area linked to the killer, believed to be a bail hostel for offenders.
Meanwhile, the Queen has sent ‘thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathies to all those who have lost loved ones’ in the London Bridge attack and praised the ‘brave individuals who put their own lives at risk to selflessly help and protect others’.