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Usman Khan suspected of London Bridge attack went to Pakistan to set up terrorist training camp in PoK

Vice Daily 2019-12-02 00:19:05

Usman Khan, the suspect involved in the stabbing, has a relationship with Pakistan.  He also went to Pakistan 10 years ago with three of his jihadist associates.  He planned to set up a terrorist training camp in Pakistan Occupi…




Usman Khan, the suspect involved in the stabbing, has a relationship with Pakistan.  He also went to Pakistan 10 years ago with three of his jihadist associates.  He planned to set up a terrorist training camp in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).  In 2012, Usman was found guilty by the British court of involvement in terrorist activities.  Two people were killed in a gunfighting incident on Friday near Britain's famous London Bridge.  Scotland Yard confirmed the killing of a male suspect wearing a fake explosive jacket at the scene. The London Bridge is one of the areas where 11 people were killed in an ISIS terror attack in June 2017.

 Al-Qaeda was influenced by the ideology Osman Usman terrorist organization was influenced by al-Qaeda ideology.  According to British newspaper The Guardian, Usman Khan was convicted of plotting an attack on the London Stock Exchange in 2010 and was sentenced to eight years in prison by Woolwich Crown Court in February 2012.  Osman was a member of 9 radical groups from Stoke-on-Trent, Cardiff and London.  Usman had planned to set up a 'training camp for terrorists' on his ancestral land in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).  In 2010 he was the youngest (19 years) of all 9 members of the radical group.