But the judge told her: ‘There is no remorse on your part and you refuse to recognise the jurisdiction of this court over you in respect of your attempts to murder the person chosen by your fellow constituents in the East End of London, including Muslims, to represent them in the democratic institutions of government in this country.’Choudhry was interviewed by detectives Simon Dobinson and Syed Hussain.
In this extract from the transcript she tells them she dropped out in the third year of an English and communications degree at King’s College London.
He pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm (ABH) in Tynemouth, Tyne & Wear, on 15 October 2015.
He took part in an unprovoked attack on two men, aged 52 and 45-years-old, as they walk...
His mother, Valeria told Italian newspaper L'Espresso that he called early on Thursday afternoon.
He has previous convictions for drink-driving and was banned from driv...He didn’t say anything special, I could feel it in his voice.''When children make mistakes, parents always feel guilty.I did my best and I think he was crossed by doubts inside.British authorities were warned about one of the men behind the London Bridge attack - a 22-year-old Italian-Moroccan - who declared 'I am going to be a terrorist' as he tried to travel to Syria from Italy.It has also emerged that Youssef Zaghba, who was born in Fez, called his Italian mother in Bologna to say goodbye two days before ramming a van into innocent civilians in the capital.