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Tuesday, 13 April 2021
Fishmongers' Hall terrorist told guests he had been helped from 'wrong path' shortly before attack
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This is chilling. The hate for the infidel as expressed by the vocal jihadists you hear on the streets of East London I can handle; what you see is what you get. They hate us and I don't think much of them either. But taqiyya and undercover infiltration at this level is something else. From the Telegraph

The Fishmongers' Hall terrorist said a prison rehabilitation project had helped him find the right path only an hour before his attack, an inquest has heard. 

Convicted terrorist Usman Khan killed two Cambridge University graduates, Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones, at an event celebrating the five-year anniversary of rehabilitation charity Learning Together in November 2019.

Around an hour before, while wearing a fake suicide vest under his coat, he had told a roomful of people in Fishmonger's Hall how the Learning Together project had helped him reach a turning point in his life. Millicent Grant, a chartered legal executive who sat six feet away from Khan, told the inquest he was "straight-faced" and spoke with a "clear, calm voice" during the workshop

Within 60 minutes, Khan left the room and headed to a toilet cubicle where he strapped two knives to his hands. He left to find Mr Merrit standing by the urinals and stabbed him 12 times, before stabbing Ms Jones in the throat as she put her coat away in the cloakroom.

Witnesses recalled the moment when they realised that "something very bad had happened" as they heard screaming from the stairwell and lobby in Fishmongers' Hall. Film-maker Amy Coop, who attended the event to make a video on the charity's anniversary, told the inquest that she heard a man make a "loud guttural roar" among the commotion and screaming. "It was a horrible noise coming from somebody, like someone going into battle in a film," she said.  

The evidence formed part of the second day of the inquest into the deaths of Mr Merritt and Ms Jones, both former Cambridge criminology students, before Coroner Mark Lucraft QC. 

The inquest continues.  Will the evidence of how his naive and well-meaning son and associates were deceived and thus died pierce Mr Merritt Snr's  SWJ shell, and make him realise that opposing the jihad that killed his son is NOT  right-wing racism? 

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Posted on 04/13/2021 1:14 PM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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13 Apr 2021
Send an emailHoward Nelson
As long as we continue to play being the weak horse’s arse, we will be inviting more derisive mailings and murders. Our rules of civilization to not apply to jihadiists — how many nails need to be nailed into innocents’ caskets to get appropriate action to fit the punishment to the crime and prevent recidivism of maimers and murderers? Do we need a bill of rights for resurrected victims to pursue in earthly courts? /// WTF, Why The Failure to pursue the simple effective means to eliminate this systemic cancer? Who among our slouches are profiting from their awful slothfulness? What civil and legal rights are being granted to swine who are boaring holes in our spines?


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