December 01, 2019
The London Bridge terrorist had ties to a prison program.
The Belleville News Democrat tells us:
The two dead were identified as Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, who had already been named by his family as having perished in the attack Friday near London Bridge.
"Both were graduates of the University of Cambridge and were involved in the Learning Together program — Jack as a coordinator and Saskia as a volunteer,” police said.
Started five years ago, the program was designed to bring graduate students together with prisoners to study criminology in an effort to reduce stigma and marginalization experienced by many inmates.
Jones’ family described her as having "a great passion for providing invaluable support to victims of criminal injustice, which led her to the point of recently applying for the police graduate recruitment program.”
The family said she wanted to specialize in victim support.
Merritt’s family said he "lived his principles” and "believed in redemption and rehabilitation, not revenge, and he always took the side of the underdog.”
The attacker, Usman Khan, was apparently attending the event and had returned for the afternoon session when he started stabbing people. Police believe he acted alone.
Khan was a convicted terrorist who had secured early release from prison. He was shot dead by police after he was restrained by civilians. Officers opened fire after he flashed what looked like a suicide vest, but it was a fake device.The naivete' of so many young liberals never ceases to amaze. And this Khan creep used that innocence to attack the very people who supported his kind.
But these kinds of people are what power the Progressive movement; foolish, naive, soft hearted folks who think people are inherently good. News flash; they're not. Read your Bible; they haven't been since Adam and Eve.
Sadly, people like Khan will take advantage of dunderheads like these. And Britain will let them.
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