London Bridge Attack Could Have Been Prevented, Here’s How The Ball Was Dropped
The attack on the London Bridge on Black Friday was a terrible event.
There are a number of things that make this incident such a terrible thing.
First of all to state the obvious, anytime someone is innocently attacked and hurt or even killed, it is a very sad and unfortunate event.
Secondly, London’s allowance of Muslim culture, and by that I mean the introduction of Sharia law into the city is a disaster and an even bigger disaster waiting to happen once it is woven more and more into their society.
Thirdly and what is most troublesome is that this attack could have been prevented entirely. The Muslim extremist behind the attack has already been to jail for Islamic terrorism.
According to RT,
The man behind the London Bridge stabbing rampage had spent time in jail for an “Islamist terrorism-related offence,” UK newspapers reported, as PM Boris Johnson has called for stricter jail terms for offenders.
The attacker was released from prison on probation, about a year ago, agreeing to wear an electronic monitoring tag as part of his bail terms, the Times and Sky News reported independently, citing government sources. The Ministry of Justice has ordered a review of his case, but authorities are yet to reveal his identity or share details of the crime he served time for.
Moments before the attack, in an ironic twist of events, he was thought to be due to share his story of “prisoner rehabilitation” at an event sponsored by Cambridge University. One bystander said that other ex-convicts attending the event rushed to restrain the assailant, one of them brandishing a narwhal tusk he pulled off the wall of the venue.
David Vance had tweeted,
This is unbelievable. The Jihadi shot dead on #LondonBridge was not only a convicted terrorist who had been released on a tag but he was a guest of a Cambridge University sponsored conference in London today on “prisoner rehabilitation”. You just couldn’t make this stuff up! 😱
This is unbelievable. The Jihadi shot dead on #LondonBridge was not only a convicted terrorist who had been released on a tag but he was a guest of a Cambridge University sponsored conference in London today on “prisoner rehabilitation”. You just couldn’t make this stuff up! 😱 pic.twitter.com/40oO2JZHXY
— David Vance (@DVATW) November 29, 2019