Officers Monitoring Freed Terrorist Who Attacked in London Had 'No Specific Training'

Officers Monitoring Freed Terrorist Who Attacked in London Had 'No Specific Training'


Officers tasked with monitoring Usman Khan, the convicted terrorist who was released from prison early and stabbed two people to death in London, had “no specific training”.

Khan had been convicted in 2012 of involvement in an extensive radical Islamic terrorist plot to bomb the London Stock Exchange and the Palace of Westminster, which also targeted the private homes of then-London mayor Boris Johnson, the Dean of Chapter House at St Paul’s Cathedral, and two rabbis.

He only had to serve a 16-year term after appeal court judges quashed his original indeterminate sentence, however, and like most criminals in Britain was out well before that term was up due to legislation granting prisoners the right to automatic early release on licence.

Khan was “assessed as the highest level of risk” when he was freed, with “22 licence conditions attach[ed] to his release” according to lawyers — but this did not stop

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