London Bridge terrorist was released from prison after saying he wanted to be ‘a good British citizen’
The Muslim terrorist who murdered two people in a brutal stabbing attack at London Bridge yesterday, penned a letter from his jail cell in 2012 begging for a deradicalization course to become “a good British citizen”.
The jihadist was shot and eliminated by police during the stabbing attack in which he murdered two people with two large kitchen knives.
He was identified as 28-year-old Usman Khan. In 2012 he was jailed for terrorism offenses for his part in an al Qaida-inspired terror group.
He and eight other Muslim terrorists were convicted of a Mumbai-style plot to blow up the London Stock Exchange and build a terrorist training camp.
He had reportedly been released from prison a year ago after agreeing to wear an electronic tag.
He had been a guest at a Cambridge University event on prisoner rehabilitation. He also had been attending a university event at the historic Fishmongers Hall – which he threatened to blow up.
In the letter, obtained by ITV News, the Muslim terrorist says he would be “grateful” of a course in which he can “properly learn Islam” so that he can prove he is a “good citizen of Britain.”