By KIM VUGA
NOVEMBER 30, 2019
Convicted terrorist 28-year-old Usman Khan was shot dead by London Police after he killed two and injuring three others in a London stabbing rampage less than a year after being released from jail.
Usman Khan radical Islamist spent time in jail convicted of terrorism offences in 2012 only to be released in December 2018.
One of the conditions for release was that Khan was to wear a tracking device.
Terrorist Usman Khan was a guest at a criminology conference at Fishmongers Hall located near the London Bridge when he stabbed a number of people.
Brave members of the public wrestled with Khan on London Bridge kicking Khan in the head and disarming one of two knives.
Khan threatened to blow up Fishmongers Hall before going on a stabbing rampage.
Police moved away members of the public involved in the wrestle with Khan and shot Khan a number of times killing the convicted terrorist.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said,
“Anyone involved in the attack would be hunted down and will be brought to justice”.
This just goes to show once a terrorist always a terrorist no matter how well they are monitored they are still a risk to others.
There is only one way to prevent further terror attacks from already convicted terrorists and that is to reinstate the ‘Death Penalty’ and start to deport the bastards on our watch lists out of the country.
Australia still needs to learn many lessons from Europe and their failed immigration policies and allowing the enemy in to begin with.
It's only a matter of time Australia!
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