Read Time: 46 Second Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain has pardoned a convicted criminal who helped to cope with a terrorist on London Bridge in 2019, according to the Daily Mail. Stephen Gallant will now be able to be released before the 17-year prison sentence he was sentenced to in 2005 for murder. The terrorist attack took place on November 29, 2019. Then Uthman Khan stabbed two Cambridge graduates on the London Bridge. Gallant was temporarily released from prison that day so that he could attend a meeting of graduates and teachers of the prisoner’s rehabilitation program. He helped restrain Khan, who was wearing a fake suicide vest and armed with two knives, before the terrorist was shot by police. Usman Khan was previously convicted of terrorism-related crimes. He was convicted in 2012 and released from prison in December 2018. More details – in the material of “Kommersant” “Britain put a knife to the elections.” Happy 0 0 % Sad 0 0 % Excited 0 0 % Sleppy 0 0 % Angry 0 0 % Surprise 0 0 % Сообщение Elizabeth II pardoned murderer who helped stop terrorist on London Bridge появились сначала на supercar.ru .
Elizabeth II pardoned murderer who helped stop terrorist on London Bridge
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