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Sir David Amess killing: Phone conversation could provide the clue

After the deadly stabbing of Tory MP Sir David Amess, counter-terrorism police concentrated on a phone list on Monday made by Ali Harbi Ali, the suspect. 

Sir David Amess

After the deadly stabbing of Tory MP Sir David Amess, counter-terrorism police concentrated on a phone list on Monday made by Ali Harbi Ali, the suspect.

Sir David Amess killing: Phone conversation could provide the clue

Some witnesses witnessed a 25-year-old man doing his mobile phone before the officers caught him.

Sources mentioned there was no evidence so far that the phone call was to a “controller”. Also, there are not no other person had commanded the attack. The detectives still understood that Ali had acted individual rather than as part of a plan.

Sir David Amess’ suspect

Ali, the son of a previous Somali government official, has “connected” between his phone call to the investigation into the crime and could discover what triggered it. Other critical evidence is required to be revealed from a trawl of phones and computers used by Ali.

Why Sir David Amess?

Any link to his Somali heritage is currently thought to be strange. Meanwhile, statements hinting that Sir David was targeted because of his ties to Qatar.

The current estimate of investigators is Sir David appears to have been picked just because his killer could obtain the way to him. Also, he was between several MPs who possibly targeted for what has been classified as a terror attack.

Sir David, 69, was stabbed several times quickly after midday on Friday. It happened outside the church where he was retaining one of his regular Friday meetings with parts. Paramedics attempted for more than two hours to rescue him. Ali and his father Harbi Ali Kullane lives in charge arrested under the Terrorism Act on suspicion of murder.

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