A London striker released from prison in January



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A London striker released from prison in January



The assailant, who stabbed and injured two people in a south London stabbing and was later killed by police, has been identified as Sudesh Amman, a 20-year-old man released from prison in January after serving half his sentence on terrorism offenses. BBC.

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Revealed: Suspect in Streatham terror attack named as Sudesh Amman, 19, who was recently freed from prison sentence for distributing extremist material pic.twitter.com/J1k2x86JOV



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Amman was serving a sentence of three years and four months and was under active police surveillance at the time of the attack, carried out in Streatham High Road. In November 2018, Amman pleaded guilty to charges that he possessed documents containing terrorist information and disseminated terrorist publications. One of the manuals he owned was titled “Bloody Brazilian Knife Attack Techniques”.

Wearing a fake explosive device

British police said the bodyguard had a fake explosive device attached.

“The device was glued to the suspect's body and experts were called. The cordons were deployed and we soon found out it was a false device,” said Lucy D'Orsi of the London Police.

“The incident was immediately reported as terrorist and believed to be related to Islamists,” she said.

She added that the investigation is being led by the police counter-terrorism department.

Three people were injured, two of whom were stabbed and one is in serious condition, D'Orsi said. A third person sustained injuries with glass that exploded when police opened fire.

Boris Johnson answered

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Twitter: “Thanks to all the emergency services who responded in a timely manner to this incident in Streatham, which was declared a terrorist act by the police.”

“My thoughts are with those who are injured and affected,” he added.

The latest incident of its kind occurred in London in November, when police shot a man wearing a fake explosive vest, stabbed two people to death and wounded three others before being beaten by a group of people on the scene. Authorities have declared the act a terrorist act.

In November, the perpetrator of the attack, Usman Khan, 28, was convicted of terrorism and released after serving half of his sentence and participating in the ex-prisoners' rehabilitation program.

After Khan killed two people, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government announced a new law providing for more severe penalties for perpetrators of terrorist attacks, banning early release and increasing the budget line for combating terrorism.

A London striker released from prison in January

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