Exclusive: Convicted murderer Steve Gallant on tackling Fishmongers’ Hall terrorist on London Bridge

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A convicted murderer, who used a narwhal tusk to tackle Fishmongers’ Hall attacker Usman Khan, has spoken exclusively to Channel 4 News, saying his actions prove “people can change”.

In his first ever interview, Steve Gallant said he hopes he can inspire other prisoners to reform, as he paid tribute to Jack Merritt – one of two people killed by Khan two years ago.

Mr Gallant was on his first day out of prison, on day release while serving a 17-year sentence, when he confronted Khan who was armed with two knives and had a fake bomb strapped to his body.

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