Finsbury Park 'terror attack' suspect Darren Osborne used to boast he spent time in posh rehab with an A-list British pop star. The 47-year-old, who allegedly drove a van into a group of Muslims outside a North London Mosque, is understood to have entered rehab 20 years ago. During one stint in the mid-1990s, he would telephone his pals and claim he was in the same centre receiving treatment as the pop star.
Prince Charles paid tribute today to the hero imam who stopped an angry crowd attacking a suspected terror attack. The prince met imam Mohammed Mahmoud, who was hailed a hero for his role in Monday morning’s horror. The heir to the throne said he was ‘deeply impressed’ by the imam who shielded suspect Darren Osborne, 47, until police arrived and praised ‘his remarkable actions on that occasion’.
Police missed a chance to lock up terror suspect Darren Osborne just 24 hours before the Finsbury Park mosque attack . On Saturday night, officers in Cardiff found a man asleep in a white van, believed to be the same one used in the attack. It is believed Osborne, 47, got behind the wheel of the £80-a-day white rental van after being kicked out of his local pub for drunken rants earlier that night.
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Selecting a term
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