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Thursday, May 23, 2013


Woolwich Terror Amateur Footage Of Incident and Possible Suspects GRAPHIC Video. Two people have been shot in Woolwich, south east London, after armed police were called to an incident in which a man wearing a Help for Heroes t-shirt was attacked with a machete-style knife and dumped in the street, eyewitnesses said.

One man was confirmed dead at the scene and two other men were taken to hospital, one of them in a serious condition, a London Ambulance Service spokeswoman said.
Pictures published on Twitter show what appears to be three bodies lying in the street just yards from the Royal Artillery Barracks. Unconfirmed reports suggest the victim may have been a serving soldier.
'Women Tried To Shield Victim From More Machete Blows'
According to senior Whitehall sources quoted by the BBC's political editor, Nick Robinson, the attackers tried to film the attack whilst chanting "Allahu Akbar" - God is Great.
Two of the bodies are close together and are being attended to by what looks like uniformed officers while the third lies in the middle of the road and is surrounded by members of the public and construction workers.
One witness, identified as James, said he and his partner saw two black men attack the young victim with knives, including a meat cleaver. "They were hacking at this poor guy, literally," he told LBC. "They were hacking at him, chopping him, cutting him."

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