Thursday, March 23, 2017

UK ATTACK_ London attack: UK police arrest 7 in massive pre-dawn raids


United Kingdom London attack: UK police arrest 7 in massive pre-dawn raids

By Ryan Gaydos

Published March 23, 2017

VIDEO: Terror attack outside Parliament building in London

British police said Thursday that six homes were raided and seven arrests were made in connection to the terror attack that left five dead, including the attacker and a police officer.

Armed police carried out the raid in the central city of Birmingham, about 130 miles north of London. Police said they believed the attacker acted alone and was “inspired by international terrorism.” The identity of the attacker has not been released.

UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon added that the assumption is the attack was related to “Islamic terrorism in some form.”

The chaos unfolded on the Westminster Bridge near the Parliament building when an SUV mowed down pedestrians on the bridge. London metro police counterterrorism Chief Mark Rowley said that 29 people were hospitalized and seven were in critical condition.

British Prime Minister Theresa May called the attack a “sick and depraved” act, but did not elevate the terror threat level, which was already at severe.

Three civilians were among those killed. Rowley identified the officer as Keith Palmer, 45, who had served as an officer for 15 years.

Rowley said Wednesday it was still “too early” to release the name of the attacker, but added that officials "think we know who the attacker is and are working to establish who his associates are."

Armed and unarmed patrols have been stepped up as a precaution across the country, he said.



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