London news London Bridge narwhal tusk terror attack hero is pardoned by Queen Uk news
MetiNews.Com - Such decisions are very rare
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. In addition, he could now go before a Parole Board next June to rubberstamp his freedom. Gallant was among a gang who battered Barrie Jackson to death outside The Dolphin pub in Hull in April 2005. He was on day release from prison last Novemeber for that offence when terrorist Usman Khan went on the rampage during an event for rehabilitating offenders in the Fishmongers Hall next to London Bridge. He murdered two people and stabbed three others.
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