A man and a woman lost their lives after being stabbed with a knife in an attack in London two days ago. Three other persons were injured in what is being considered a terrorist attack.
One of the victims of the attack is 25-year-old Jack Merritt, a graduate in law and criminology who ran a programme at Cambridge University to educate jail inmates.
In fact, Merritt was killed when he was at Cambridge University for a conference on the rehabilitation of prisoners.
The aggressor, 28-year-old Usman Khan, had been invited to the conference after his release from prison in December. He had been found guilty of terrorism-related crimes.
Khan was shot and killed by Police officers on London Bridge, where a number of bystanders had surrounded him and held him down on the ground to stop him from continuing with his attack.
Who is the man who carried out the attack in London?