Who is London Attacker Usman Khan?
Who is London Attacker Usman Khan? Police described the attack as a “terror case” and identified the attacker as Usman Khan, 28.
The attacker received a 16-year prison sentence for his role in the bombing action plan for the London Stock Exchange in February 2012, was released last year, and was followed by electronic handcuffs under eviction conditions.
The attacker, described as an‘ al Qaeda sympathizer’, was also one of the names monitored by the British domestic intelligence service.
With 8 people accompanying him, Khan, who is accused of plotting to plant explosives in bars and entertainment venues, is said to have used phrases such as ‘infidels’, ‘dogs’ for some people around him.
In one of the conversations that followed, the 28-year-old attacker, who recounted reading about “bomb-making with pipes” in an Al Qaeda magazine, talked about funding a training center where he and his friends could receive armed training abroad.
These conversations were later passed to the court ruling as follows:
It is clear that the group is evaluating many plans, such as providing money to a training center where they can receive military training in Pakistan, receiving military training and planning attacks on public buildings with bombs, attacking the homes of British racist group members.