Muslim terrorist shot dead in London

Published on 2 February 2020 by Dimitri

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Sudesh Amman was freed just days ago after serving jail term for distributing extremist material.

The Muslim terrorist shot dead by police after stabbing two people in Streatham today was automatically released from prison just a few days ago, after serving less than half of a three year-plus sentence for 13 terror offences.

Sudesh Amman, 20, from Harrow, fantasised about carrying out a terror attack with a blade or with acid while riding a moped and also shared Al Qaeda propaganda on a WhatsApp group used by his family.

He was jailed for only three years and four months in December 2018 after he pleaded guilty to possessing and distributing terrorist documents.

However, it has now emerged that he was automatically released just a few days ago, after serving half of his sentence, despite authorities being concerned that he continued to hold extremist views. 

Today, while being under active police surveillance and ‘very stringent licencing conditions’, he launched a horrific knife rampage, leaving one man in a life-threatening condition, with a woman suffering less serious injuries.  

Armed police shot Amman, who was wearing a fake suicide vest, after he grabbed a knife from a shop and stabbed the man and woman. 

After the rampage, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the government would announce further plans for ‘fundamental changes to the system for dealing with those convicted of terrorism offences’ on Monday.