Footage From London Attack Shows Police Shooting Terrorists

British police on Wednesday said a 30-year-old man had been arrested following the London Bridge terror attack which killed seven people and injured 48.

United Kingdom security was on high alert following the attack at London Bridge, in which eight people were killed and over 50 others injured when three assailants mowed down pedestrians on the bridge and then launched a stabbing rampage at the nearby Borough Market.

French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday a third French victim has been identified among those killed in the stabbing and van attacks in London.

In March 2016, Italian officers stopped Zaghba at Bologna airport and found IS-related materials on his mobile phone. KFC spokeswoman Jules Pars said Wednesday that Butt worked there in 2015.

Police have said Redouane was not known to security services. But he successfully got them back after a court determined there wasn't enough evidence to arrest him.

Then, his passport and cellphone were sequestered after he tried to board a flight for Turkey with a one-way ticket and a small backpack.

Collina said she told her son, "At this point you should be flawless".

She said she didn't approve of his London friends and never felt comfortable in the London neighborhood where he lived.

"It is a terrible thing, something that should not happen", she said.

The Metropolitan Police said all of the 15 victims now in critical care had been identified, as public appeals continued for several people who have not been located since the attack.

Lord Carlile, a former counter-terror laws watchdog, told the Press Association: "In my view, we need to review what happened in his case, and learn the lessons so that the methodology of the response to known suspicions is improved".

Since the attack, 17 people have been arrested, 12 of whom have since been released without charge.

"I am deeply shocked, saddened and numbed by the actions of my ex-partner who has killed and injured so many innocent people".

Although Redouane was born in Fez, Morocco, his father was Libyan.

The latest arrests come on the eve of Britain's general election on Thursday, after a political campaign marred by the London attack and a suicide bombing in Manchester last month. Polls suggest Prime Minister Theresa May will win against her opponent Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and increase her majority going into Brexit negotiations. Police have made 25 arrests for hate crime offences since the attack.

  • Leroy Wright