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Tuesday, 10 September 2019

A terrorist who vowed to "kill all Muslims" before trying to murder a man with a 12 inch kitchen knife in Stanwell has been jailed for more than 18 years.




Kingston Crown Court heard 50 year-old Vincent Fuller carried out the attack a day after the Christchurch mosque shootings.

The judge decided it was a terrorist act motivated by white supremacy and anti-Muslim sentiments.



Fuller was involved in a number of separate incidents on Saturday, the 16th of March, before finally attacking his victim, who was sat in a car in Tesco car park.

Shortly before 10.30pm, he tried to confront his neighbours, who were of Asian heritage, armed with a baseball bat.

After being denied access to the house and shouting racist abuse at the occupants, he moved on, walking in the middle of a busy nearby road, Town Lane, where he began to attack oncoming cars with the baseball bat at random.

He hit vehicles, while continuing to shout pro-white supremacist slogans and offensive racist slurs.

After splitting the baseball bat, he briefly returned home and changed his clothes, before walking to a nearby supermarket.

He found two men sitting in a parked car and as he believed them to be non-white, he attacked one of them, stabbing him in the neck and hands. He then made off from the scene but was arrested shortly after by armed officers from Surrey Police.

The victim sustained injuries to his neck and hands and was treated in hospital.

During the investigation, officers found a knife with the victim’s blood on it on the route between Fuller’s home and the car park.

They also found half a baseball bat discarded on in Town Lane, where Fuller had attacked various cars.

The other half was found inside his house, a short distance away.

While being arrested he continued to shout racist abuse and spat at officers.

The attack was declared a terrorist incident the following day, and Counter Terrorism Police South East (CTPSE) then took over the investigation.

Fuller was charged on March the 22nd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

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