United Kingdom counterterrorism police on Saturday searched for clues into how a man imprisoned for terrorism offences before his release past year managed to stab several people before being tackled by bystanders and shot dead by officers on London Bridge.
Basu said officers were carrying out searches at an address in the Staffordshire region of central England where Khan had been living.
"We're playing Russian roulette with people's lives, letting convicted, known, radicalized jihadi criminals walk about our streets", he said. Ford was given a minimum 15-year sentence after killing Amanda Champion who had the mental age of a 15-year-old.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Saturday said "big questions" needed to be answered following the revelation that the London Bridge attack suspect had served jail time for terrorism offences.
Khan was released from prison on licence past year and at the time of the attack he was wearing an electronic tag and subject to low-level monitoring.
It said: "The Parole Board can confirm it had no involvement with the release of the individual identified as the attacker, who appears to have been released automatically on licence (as required by law), without ever being referred to the Board".
"And it was while he was subject to these conditions that he performed this horrific attack yesterday", Fisher said.
Mr Merritt was a course coordinator for Learning Together, a prisoners' rehabilitation programme that was hosting the conference at Fishmongers' Hall at the north end of London Bridge.
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The event took place in Fishmongers' Hall, near London Bridge, and that is where Usman Khan reportedly launched his attack, soon after attendees returned from their lunch break, fatally stabbing two and seriously injuring three more.
A video posted on Twitter showed a group of about half a dozen men wrestling with someone on the ground on the sidewalk of the bridge.
Footage from the scene shows one man grappling on the ground with Khan before police arrived and shot the assailant.
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From there he chased Khan onto the bridge and, along with the help of several other bystanders, succeeded in ending his spree there and then.
London's ambulance service declared a "major incident" in the area and London Bridge station was closed.
Queen Elizabeth II, in a statement, praised their bravery.
The tusk-wielding champion was joined in tackling the terrorist by a couple of other people, including a man who sprayed Khan with a fire extinguisher. He says people were trying to keep updated with the latest developments on their phones and the atmosphere started to calm down. "And I'm so proud, and we should all be really proud, of these people", Khan said.
Olivia Bizot, who was present at the Boston marathon bombing in 2013, added: "I was coming towards the bridge on my bike and I heard explosions".
Metropolitan Police Chief Cressida Dick echoed Johnson and Khan's sentiments in an interview near London Bridge Saturday morning.
Journalist Julie Owen Moylan said: "That is the best of this country and London right there". Three armed police officers surrounded him.
"Then police ran over with guns, screaming", before shooting the man, Griffiths added. Eight people were killed and at least 48 injured. Police have not named the two who died. ISIS had claimed responsibility for the June attacks.
"It is a mistake to allow serious and violent criminals to come out of prison early, and it is very important that we get out of that habit and that we enforce the appropriate sentences for risky criminals, especially for terrorists", Johnson said.
Professor Stephen Toope, vice chancellor of the University of Cambridge, said the university was in touch with the Metropolitan Police and awaiting further details of the victims.
And in the Labour Party, Fisher said Corbyn has faced scrutiny over his vague stances on questions of national security.