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Brother-in-law of London Bridge attacker wanted to 'punch him'
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The brother-in-law of the London Bridge attack ringleader wanted to "punch him" over his extremist views - and has revealed he called a terror hotline but his warning went unheeded. Usman Darr told the inquests being held for the eight victims that he stopped associating with Khuram Butt, 27, or....


Posted originally: 2019-06-06 20:35:00

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