The man who executed the terror attack on the UK on Thursday has been identified as Khalid Masood, who was once linked to violent extremism. Khalid has been believed to have been inspired by Islamist ideologies, said Theresa May while revealing the attackers’ identity. May vowed that Britain’s freedoms and values would remain undiminished.
Khalid Masood had previous convictions for violence but not terrorism offenses, police said. This attack injured people are of more than 10 nationalities besides the British, among them French, South Korean and American. Addresses were searched in Birmingham and elsewhere and a number of arrests were made after the attack. London police said Masood was born in Kent, England and they believe he was most recently living in the West Midlands, which includes the central city of Birmingham.
According to the London police, Masood was born in Kent, England and they believe he was most recently living in the West Midlands, which includes the central city of Birmingham. Police said there was no prior knowledge about his intention to mount a terrorist attack.