The Knife attack which ended in two members of the public dead on London Bridge was carried out by a convicted terrorist who was wearing a tag.
The attacker was on probation after having been released from prison after serving time for terror-related offences. It is being reported that he was attending an event at Fishmonger’s Hall near London Bridge where he was due to be sharing experiences of prisoner rehabilitation.
In the last few minutes, it is being reported that ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack, though there is no evidence to support this.
The attacker has been identified as Usman Khan who was convicted in 2012 for his role in the Stock Exchange plot, a Christmas bomb attack on the London Stock Exchange, the American embassy and the home of Boris Johnson, who was then the London mayor.
Khan, along with two co-conspirators, originally received an indeterminate sentence for public protection but this was quashed at the Court of Appeal in April 2013 and he was given a 16-year jail term. In February 2012, Khan was ordered to serve at least eight years in prison.
Two members of the public died in the attack and three remain in hospital after sustaining injuries from the attack.
As of yet, that is all we know, but once again it seems this was an attack carried out by a known terrorist – Patsy?, False Flag?, Mind Control? – I’m sure a whole host of theories will be filling the anti-social networks for the next few days and weeks. Below are some of the more interesting inconsistencies and unexplained things that are being picked up on.
Plain Clothed Officer Who Retrieved Knife Throwing ‘Something’
What is this man throwing from his pocket and where is the bloody knife, all we see is a clean blade?
According to reports now coming in the gentleman seen walking away from the scene with the (unbloodied) knife and throwing the bag is a plain closed traffic police officer. Still no mention of the mysterious bag he is seen throwing to one side though, in fact in this clip from Sky News they’ve edited out that particular segment of footage.
Public Opinion Being Silenced?
Clearly much of the mainstream media are intentionally silencing public opinion and feedback on the event as we see on a clip of the stabbing which The Telegraph published to Youtube – Zero comments, nada, not one and yet comments for the video are enabled?
This would indicate no comment has been deemed acceptable for public viewing and have been flagged up by Youtube. It is also possible that they have set all comments to be verified before going public and then has either decided to not verify any due to their nature, or they simply have not got around to doing it.
Dead Man Walking?
Another interesting clip which you can see below is of what is claimed to be the attacker getting back up minutes after being shot dead. Whether the footage is genuine or not remains to be seen – appears to be footage of London Bridge, however, date and time cannot be verified and many are calling it a hoax video – you decide?