Three people have been injured and a man (the Muslim terrorist), Sudesh Amman, has been shot dead by police in a “terrorist-related” incident in Streatham, south London. Witnesses describe a man with a “machete” and “silver canisters” on his chest being chased by armed officers before being shot.
The GuardianA man has been shot dead by armed police on a busy south London high street following a terrorist-related incident in which a number of people are believed to have been stabbed.
Witnesses said they saw a man with silver canisters strapped to his chest and holding a ‘machete’ being chased by armed plainclothes officers down Streatham High Road before being shot.
The Metropolitan police confirmed the man, who was shot at about 2pm, had been pronounced dead and added that the scene had been “fully contained”.
At least three people have been injured, one of whom is believed to be in a serious condition. All three were treated at the scene and then taken to hospital. At this early stage of the investigation the suspect is believed to have been motivated by an Islamic terrorist ideology.
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The man shot dead by police was wearing a “fake suicide vest” made of objects designed to look like an improvised explosive device. A similar vest was worn by attackers during the London Bridge attack in 2017 and the later London Bridge attack in November 2019.
No surprise, the Muslim mayor of London fails to mention that the terrorist is a Muslim.