Murderer who killed three gay men in Reading ‘terror’ attack ‘was performing religious jihad’, court hears
A man who killed three gay men in a ‘terror’ attack in Reading, England, last year believed he had to “kill as many people as possible” as he was “performing an act of religious jihad”, prosecutors said Tuesday (5 January).
In less than a minute, Khairi Saadallah, 26, tore into a Reading park in June 2020 and stabbed three men to death as well as injuring three others.
James Furlong, 36, Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, 39, and David Wails, 49, all died of their wounds in an act of frenzied brutality that sent shudders throughout the LGBT+ community.
Saadallah admitted to three counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder in November, but at a sentencing hearing at the Central Criminal Court in London, known as the Old Bailey, denied a terrorist
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