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London Bridge attack suspect Usman Khan was released from terrorism prison sentence early

Hull Daily Mail Saturday, 30 November 2019
London Bridge attack suspect Usman Khan was released from terrorism prison sentence earlyUsman Khan was one of a gang of men who plotted to bomb the London Stock Exchange.
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News video: London Mayor criticises removal of indeterminate sentencing

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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has criticised the decision to abolish indeterminate sentences "to protect the public" following the attack on London Bridge yesterday. The suspect, Usman Khan was a convicted terrorist released half-way through a 16-year prison sentence for a plot to bomb the London Stock...

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