Man who attacked London Muslims imprisoned for over 40 years

03 February, 2018, 09:21 | Author: Brian Mcdaniel
  • Man to spend life in prison for killing Bangladeshi in van attack near London mosque

As he was taken down at Woolwich Crown Court on Friday, Osborne said: "God bless you, thank you".

Justice Cheema-Grubb said Darren Osborne, 48, must serve two concurrent life terms with a minimum of 43 years in prison, minus the 224 days he's already served.

Another man in the group remembered the defendant - who was "constantly smiling" after he had been detained - saying: "I've done my job, you can kill me now", he said.

She added: "Your mindset became one of malevolent hatred".

"In short you allowed your mind to be poisoned by those who claimed to be leaders".

A handwritten note found in the van and Osborne's comments to the police caught on a police officer's body-worn camera indicated that he wanted to use violence in response to other criminal violence, in particular the child grooming that occurred in Rochdale and the terror attacks in London and Manchester in 2017.

A group of worshippers had gathered around 51-year-old grandfather Makram Ali, who had collapsed, when Osborne drove his vehicle into the group, killing Ali.

Makram Ali, a Bangladesh-born local man, died of multiple injuries after his legs were crushed under the van. It was here where he felt most comfortable.

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"Our father, like the victims of most terrorism, was entirely innocent, which makes his death in this violent way even more hurtful".

"We can not imagine the trauma he felt in his last few minutes". It was particularly hard to have to sit in court and listen to Darren Osborne deny he had done anything wrong.

He said: "In my civilian life I have lived overseas 90% of the time, mostly in Middle East, Arabic countries".

Osborne had watched a BBC television drama which told the story of three victims of the child abuse ring, and quickly grew angry at what he deemed as inaction over the scandal, the court heard.

The Daily Mail describes Osborne as a "far-right loner" who became radicalised after accessing extreme far-right material online.

The attacker said he had no idea Dave - one of his two made-up accomplices - meant to smash into a group of pedestrians, and believed they were on their way to a pub to meet a third co-conspirator, Terry.

He added: "The internet can not be used as a safe space for terrorists or those who want to spread terrorist or extremist content".

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