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Was ‘devout Muslim’ Russell Square knifeman radicalised? Police to trawl ‘impressionable’ attacker’s PC for links to ISIS as neighbour claims mental illness is a ‘scapegoat’
- Anti-terror police are studying computers belonging to London murder suspect Zakaria Bulhan, 19
- Neighbour Parmjit Singh said: ‘His mental health problems are a scapegoat. Why would he attack an American woman tourist in a random attack?’
- Mother-of-two Darlene Horton, 64, was stabbed to death in front of academic husband Dr Rick Wagner
- Couple had chosen to stay in London for an extra day and were due to fly back to Florida yesterday
- Bulhan said to have tried to kill himself on three occasions this year as mental health team helps police
- Police called to Russell Square after the crazed man ‘went on the rampage’ with kitchen knife
- Israeli Yovel Lewkowki, 18, also stabbed when she tried to help him believing he had been attacked
Probe: Scotland Yard believe Zakaria Bulhan, 19, pictured, a Norwegian national of Somali origin who moved to the UK in 2002, was not ‘motivated by terrorism’ but its officers are trawling his possessions for extremist material.
Counter-terror police will today forensically study computers belonging to the Russell Square knifeman as a neighbour claimed the ‘impressionable’ teenager could have been inspired by ISIS.
Scotland Yard believe Zakaria Bulhan, 19, a Norwegian national of Somali origin who moved to the UK in 2002, was not ‘motivated by terrorism’ but its officers are trawling his possessions for extremist material.
But neighbour Parmjit Singh, a BBC radio DJ known as ‘DJ Precious’ on the Asian network, said he had known ‘impressionable’ Bulhan for seven years, adding: ‘His mental health problems are a scapegoat.’
The 36-year-old said: ‘They said he had mental health issues but that was not the boy I knew.
‘The news of his mental illness is completely new, we never heard that. Honestly, I think his mental health problems are a scapegoat.’
Asked what he thought motivated the attack, Parmjit said: ‘I think peer pressure, hanging around with gangs. He wasn’t working, he was hanging around with Somalian boys and I think they had possible links to serious ISIS people – not directly, but they see all this stuff and are inspired by it.
‘Why would he attack an American woman tourist in a random attack? I think boys have put pressure on him to go there and do something. He was very impressionable growing up’.