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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Serenity View Post
    Asshole. Thoughts for the families of those involved. Hope they never stumble across threads like this as time goes by.

    It's a tough pill to swallow knowing that plenty of folks don't actually give a crap that your loved one was murdered, have no ****ing idea how much you are struggling right now and that they are just another pawn in their agenda.

    The OP attempting to sully the name "Khan" also didn't go unnoticed. Well I'm sure it was noticed by all.
    Mayor Khan sullied his own name when he willingly decided to act as legal council to a Muslim American man who has advocated for genocide. He proved himself utterly unworthy and unfit to be Mayor of London long before he sought the job, but London voters, many of whom share his background, disagreed.

    I have sympathy for the victims and their families, regardless of what you might think. They are the victims of the cabal which has ensnared Britain.
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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by truthatallcost View Post
    Mayor Khan sullied his own name when he willingly decided to act as legal council to a Muslim American man who has advocated for genocide. He proved himself utterly unworthy and unfit to be Mayor of London long before he sought the job, but London voters, many of whom share his background, disagreed.

    I have sympathy for the victims and their families, regardless of what you might think. They are the victims of the cabal which has ensnared Britain.
    You don't have sympathy for the victims and the families. You use their deaths to push an agenda. That is your only interest here.
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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Roadvirus View Post
    Maybe it's time for someone to kick Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan! out of office and replace him with someone who has a brain, a spine and doesn't believe in PC bull****.
    Lol Mayor Khan has nothing to do with this. Boris and his Conservative party on the other hand were the ones who released him and it seems did not have him under surveillance despite being a convicted terrorist...

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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Serenity View Post
    You don't have sympathy for the victims and the families. You use their deaths to push an agenda. That is your only interest here.
    If I didn't have sympathy for the victims, I wouldn't care to write more than a simple 'thoughts and prayers' type of generic comment. If I didn't care a fig about victims, I'd do what so many are doing by subscribing to a politically correct style of speech.
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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Lol Mayor Khan has nothing to do with this. Boris and his Conservative party on the other hand were the ones who released him and it seems did not have him under surveillance despite being a convicted terrorist...

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    Are you aware that Khan planned to murder Boris Johnson?
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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by truthatallcost View Post
    Are you aware that Khan planned to murder Boris Johnson?
    And so what? Would not be the first or last to do so. Boris aint exactly a likeable guy.

    Regardless still has nothing to do with Mayor Khan of London, since the intelligence services and prison system is under control of the British government aka Boris and the Tories for the last 10+ years.

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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    The London terrorist was initially sentenced to 16 years in prison, but was let out early by Sir Brian Leveson, the highest criminal judge in England and Wales before retiring this year. Leveson is an interesting figure, having previously declared Tommy Robinson's guilt to a BBC reporter, while Tommy was still seeking appeal.



    Mr Leveson cited his Russian and Polish Jewish grandparents who emigrated to England as having gotten the family established in law, eventually producing such an esteemed judge as himself. Intersectionality.
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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    In a year the only thing I will remember about this attack is that the people used a fire extinguisher and a whale tusk on him. Beyond that, I expect nothing to be different then than it was the day before this happened.

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    Re: London Terrorist was on Prison Release when he Killed Fellow Attendees at 'Justice' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    And so what? Would not be the first or last to do so. Boris aint exactly a likeable guy.

    Regardless still has nothing to do with Mayor Khan of London, since the intelligence services and prison system is under control of the British government aka Boris and the Tories for the last 10+ years.

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    Leveson was placed in charge of appeals during Blair's era as PM. I don't see what Boris Johnson has to do with the judge Leveson.

    "Leveson was appointed QC in 1986 and began his climb up the judicial ladder, sitting as a recorder and then a deputy high court judge. As Sir Brian Leveson he joined the appeal court in 2006."

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