Published: Mon, December 09, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Body of London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan flown to Pakistan

Body of London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan flown to Pakistan

Three people injured in the attack on London Bridge were sent home after receiving medical treatment, while more and more details appeared about the knife attack.

"Johnson lied and used our son's demise to make political capital", Merritt mentioned in a thread posted on Twitter on Saturday. "Wake up Britain: this man is a fraud".

THE body of terrorist Usman Khan, who killed two people and injured several others in a horrifying attack in London Bridge, has been released by the City of London coroner and flown to Pakistan.

Khan, had also discussed staging a Mumbai-style attack on the UK Parliament, and was described by the UK judge who sentenced him for terrorism offences in 2012 as an ongoing risk to the public with a "serious, long term venture in terrorism".

In the course of the debate on Friday, the Labour chief, Jeremy Corbyn, challenged Johnson over remarks Merritt made final week, criticising using his son's demise as a pretext to introduce harsher prison justice reforms.

Khan was robotically launched halfway by this sentence underneath now-scrapped sentencing legal guidelines.

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Responding to Corbyn's problem, Johnson mentioned he had "enormous sympathy for Mr Merritt and the kinfolk and households of each victims, and it was a fully disgusting factor". "Secondly, there is no justification AT ALL for cutting the early release tariff from a half to a third of sentences for all sentences over 4 years that carry a maximum life sentence; that's just trying to look tough on the backs of other prisoners" suffering; if prisoners have engaged with rehabilitation & turned their lives around, why should they be punished for what Khan did?" He's the worst of us, & he's taking you for a ride.

"But that makes re-offending more likely, which makes the public less safe". You might assume the choices open to you on this election are usually not exclusively to your liking.

Posting on his social media account, he continued:"The prison instruction, probation and monitoring services have been cut into the bone& over crowding in prisons is inhumane - offenders don't win votes unless politicians are promising to be tough on these".

He added: "Corbyn spoke the truth last night. Me neither, however, I will be worst option: anti-Tory".

Sky News has approached the Conservative Party for comment.

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