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STREATHAM ATTACK : MOTHER OF of SUDESH AMMAN SAYS HE WAS RADICALISED IN PRISON  

The mother of the Streatham attacker, Sudesh Amman, has claimed he was radicalised in prison, describing him as a “nice, polite boy”. Haleema Faraz Khan said her son became more religious in Belmarsh, where he was imprisoned for terrorism offences in 2018. Britain’s most high security jail is home to many convicted terrorists. Khan said he also became radicalised from watching material online. She said she visited her son at his bail hostel on Thursday and spoke to him hours before the attack.

The justice secretary, Robert Buckland, is due to give a statement in the House of Commons this afternoon on the attack, with some suggesting he will announce emergency legislation. Boris Johnson said earlier that planned legislation preventing automatic early release of convicted terrorists should apply to existing prisoners as well as future ones. Changes in law generally do not apply retrospectively but Johnson said existing prisoners should not be exempt. Read more HERE.

The mother of the Streatham attacker, Sudesh Amman, has claimed he was radicalised in prison, describing him as a “nice, polite boy”. Haleema Faraz Khan said her son became more religious in Belmarsh, where he was imprisoned for terrorism offences in 2018. Britain’s most high security jail is home to many convicted terrorists. Khan said he also became radicalised from watching material online. She said she visited her son at his bail hostel on Thursday and spoke to him hours before the attack.

The justice secretary, Robert Buckland, is due to give a statement in the House of Commons this afternoon on the attack, with some suggesting he will announce emergency legislation. Boris Johnson said earlier that planned legislation preventing automatic early release of convicted terrorists should apply to existing prisoners as well as future ones. Changes in law generally do not apply retrospectively but Johnson said existing prisoners should not be exempt. Read more HERE.

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Published on 03/02/2020 @ 13h54   | |