A convicted terrorist boasted of killing the Queen.
An inquest heard yesterday that a convicted terrorist who stabbed two people just days after his release from jail wanted to kill the Queen.
Sudesh Amman, 20, was shot dead by police in February 2020 in Streatham, south London, after knifing and injuring two witnesses while carrying a false suicide vest.
It was claimed that Amman, who had a “strong hatred for non-Muslims,” had become more violent at Belmarsh Prison and attempted to radicalize other convicts.
He had a “strong desire to get to the hereafter,” according to an intelligence report, and “openly stated extremist ideas and a wish to kill the Queen, become a suicide bomber, and join Isis.”
According to a second offender assessment, he poses a “high risk of serious harm to members of the public as a result of his promotion of extremist ideologies.”
It was also claimed that two days before the assault, police and MI5 considered arresting the terrorist after surveillance indicated he purchased components that could be used to build a false suicide vest.
Amman was sentenced to 40 months in prison in 2018 for planning and carrying out terrorist attacks, but was released on January 23, 2020.
He was being watched by police because of his known plans to carry out a terror attack, according to the inquest into his death.
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Because he had a “extremist mindset and the ability to radicalize others,” he was transferred to the prison’s High Security Unit.
In July 2019 and January 2020, a prison psychologist issued two evaluations stating that there was a “risk of him performing an attack, specifically an attack with knives.”
According to the inquest at the Royal Courts of Justice, he had been under observation since his release from jail 10 days before the incident.
It was reported that a handwritten promise of fealty to Isis’ leader was discovered in his cell a month before his release.
The investigation is still ongoing.