British police questioned in connection to the London terrorist with ISIS

British police investigating the attack on the Westminster bridge in London, found no evidence linking the perpetrators of terrorist acts, Khalid Masood with terrorist groups “Islamic state” (IG) and “al-Qaeda” (banned in Russia). About it reports Reuters.

“The nature of perfect attack shows the weak technical equipment, and reproduction of other similar attacks,” — said the chief coordinator of the British anti-terrorist police, Neil Basu. According to him, there is also no reason to believe that Massoud embraced radical Islamist ideas while serving a prison sentence in 2003.

26 Mar Bass said that the criminal acted alone. “We all have to accept the fact that there is a possibility that we will never know why he did it. His secret could die with him”, he said.

Then it became known that 10 of the 11 possible accomplices of the terrorist was cleared of all suspicion, they released. One person is still in custody.

The attack in London was made March 22. A native of South-East England Adrian Russell Ago, changed his name to Khalid Masud, while driving the car, pointed it at pedestrians on Westminster bridge, knocked down several people and drove to the Parliament building. There car was stopped by police. The offender stabbed him with a knife, then was killed by another guard. Responsibility for the incident was taken by ISIS. The victims of the attack were four people.