CCTV shows Streatham attacker’s last moments as inquest rules attack could have been prevented

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The Streatham terror attack may have been prevented had home-grown jihadi Sudesh Amman been recalled to prison before he struck, an inquest jury has concluded.

The 20-year-old was shot by two police marksmen after he stole a 20cm knife from a shop in Streatham High Road on Sunday February 2 2020 and stabbed two bystanders while wearing a fake suicide vest.

His attack was brought to a halt when armed undercover police tailing him opened fire, shooting at him six times and hitting him twice at close range.

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