London Bridge attacker was out of jail on licence after serving time over al-Qaida stimulated story with eight others
Usman Khan, the suspect shot dead in the 30 November 2019 terror attack near London Bridge, had been released from prison after being convicted of fright offences, including plot to attack the London Stock Exchange in 2010.
Khan was part of a gang of nine extremists from Stoke-on-Trent, Cardiff and London who were sentenced in February 2012 at Woolwich crown court. He had planned to establish a “terrorist military training facility” on property owned by their own families in Kashmir, according to sentencing remarks.
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