Published: Thu, June 08, 2017
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

London police arrest another attack suspect

London police arrest another attack suspect

A Politico report from its European Union bureau has since claimed that Zaghba had told the airport police: "I'm going to be a terrorist". "From his face, from his look, I could see there was a radicalization, as you say".

A spokesman said detectives investigating the terror attack on London Bridge and Borough Market conducted a search of a property in Ilford.

Shahid allegedly provided al-Qaida terror training to Mohammed Siddique Khan, one of the four suicide bombers who killed 52 people during London's morning rush hour in 2005.

All three men directly involved in the attack on the evening of June 3 were shot dead by armed officers within eight minutes of the first call.

Zaghba, Pakistan-born British citizen Butt and Rachid Redouane, 30, who claimed to be Moroccan-Libyan, launched a murderous rampage around London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday night.

His mother, Valeria Collina, a convert to Islam who is separated from the attacker's Morocco-based father, told Italian weekly L'Espresso that she thought her son had been radicalised by a combination of online propaganda and contacts in London. KFC spokeswoman Jules Pars said Wednesday that Butt worked there in 2015.

The Italian daily Corriere della Sera reported Tuesday that Youssef Zaghba had been stopped in Italy while trying to go to Syria in 2016.

Italian media reported that officials suspected he was bound for Syria and that Italian authorities had alerted their British counterparts about his movements.

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Collina says police called her when her son was stopped at the airport on March 15, 2016 and asked if she knew he was going to Turkey.

"The problem occurs when we know someone is moving in extremist circles but we don't have evidence to indicate that they are plotting an attack", said the British government official who spoke on condition of anonymity. But he successfully got them back after a court determined there wasn't enough evidence to arrest him.

Authorities are facing pressure to detail whether an alert was flagged about Zaghba when he came into the United Kingdom and whether he was stopped at the border.

Seated cross-legged on cushions on the floor of her modest Bologna home, her head veiled, Collina said her last phone conversation with her son was so "sweet" it reminded her of paradise. "You should not even look at anything a little bit odd on the internet, you should see the right people and do the right things and it seemed like he was doing it", according to audio of her group interview provided by the ANSA news agency.

It is not known exactly how Redouane came to settle in east London, but an Irish security source described the killer as having "extensive immigration history related to the UK".

After the prosecutors verified his smartphone, numerous clips, ISIS propaganda and Islamic documents were found. She said, "I was there and didn't like it".

Assistant Commissioner Rowley defended the actions of the security services in their decision not to pursue a more detailed investigation into Khuram Butt's status as a potential attacker. Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and others have criticized May for cutting police numbers by roughly 20,000 during her tenure as home secretary. The assault was the third attack in three months in which most of the assailants had been on authorities' radar at some point.

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