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Tory MP David Amess SLAUGHTERED: Muslim Migrant STABS TO DEATH British MP In CHURCH In Front of Horrified Onlookers

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Published on: October 16, 2021

British law enforcement and media outlets refused to release the name of the attacker but they did immediately say, ‘motive unknown’ — so we knew it’s jihad. And we were right.

They arrested him right way but they waited or the Friday night news dump.

But terror police are investigating Islamic extremist link to stabbing of David Amess MP.

A British lawmaker was stabbed to death Friday by a Muslim who rushed into a church meeting with constituents, Reuters reports. David Amess, 69, who represents Southend West in Essex as a member of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party, was stabbed at the Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea.

“The fatal stabbing in Leigh-on-Sea has tonight been declared as a terrorist incident,” by Deputy Assistant Commissioner Dean Haydon, the Met announced late on Friday, adding that “The early investigation has revealed a potential motivation linked to Islamist extremism.”

After waiting several hours,  the British media said the suspect was “of African appearance” and identified him as being of Somali origin. His name has not been released.

Metropolitan Police has officially declared the murder of Conservative MP Sir David Amess in Essex to be a terrorist incident, and put Counter Terrorism Policing in charge of the investigation.

“The fatal stabbing in Leigh-on-Sea has tonight been declared as a terrorist incident,” by Deputy Assistant Commissioner Dean Haydon, the Met announced late on Friday, adding that “The early investigation has revealed a potential motivation linked to Islamist extremism.”

Police said they believe the suspect acted alone, and are not seeking anyone else in connection with the incident at this time. Officers are currently searching two addresses in the London area as part of the investigation. (Source; RT)

Tory MP David Amess is murdered: Tragedy as married father-of-five, 69, is stabbed to death by knifeman who stormed into his constituency surgery in Southend Methodist church in front of horrified onlookers as armed police arrest suspect, 25, at scene

  • Sir David, 69, had been holding a surgery for constituents when he was attacked by the knifeman at midday
  • Horrified staff and Southend constituents saw stabbing happen as he was inside Belfairs Methodist Church
  • Sir David was treated at the scene by paramedics for more than an hour but later died, Essex Police said
  • Man, 25, was arrested at the scene and a knife was seized. The suspect is in custody and arrested over murder

By Dan Sales For Mailonline and Martin Robinson, Chief Reporter, 15 October 2021:
Conservative MP Sir David Amess has died today after being stabbed to death in a church as he tried to help his constituents.

The popular politician – who won at the last general election with a margin of 14,000 votes – was knifed ‘multiple times’ by a 25-year-old killer.

His attacker sprinted into the church and knifed him to death during his weekly surgery as constituents watched in horror.

The Tory MP for Southend West, 69, was meeting locals at the Belfairs Methodist Church, in Eastwood Road North, Leigh-on-Sea, when it happened just after midday.

Paramedics worked to save the politician on the floor of a Essex church for more than an hour but he could not be saved after the appalling attack with chilling similarities to the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed multiple times outside her constituency surgery at a local library in Birstall, West Yorkshire, in June 2016 by a right-wing terrorist.

Sir David, a married father-of-five whose wife Julia is also his part-time caseworker, is the seventh MP to be murdered, and the ninth in history to be attacked. It is not know if Mrs Amess was at the church when her husband was murdered.

Horrified constituents waiting to see the veteran MP, an ardent Brexiteer and royalist, watched in horror as the knifeman stabbed him, calling the police at 12.05pm. Police confirmed Sir David’s death at around 3pm. Counter-terrorism officers and armed units are at the scene.

One woman ran out of the church in the chaos yelling down the phone after dialling 999, telling the call handler: ‘Someone’s been stabbed, please get here soon, he’s not breathing’. Essex Police held the attacker at the scene and seized a weapon. He is now in custody and arrested on suspicion of murder.

Sir David, a Brexiteer veteran MP who has voted against gay marriage and abortion, was seen laughing and speaking to people on the steps of the church just 15 minutes before he was knifed.

‘We could see a police cordon set up… (someone outside) told me a woman had come out screaming on the phone, saying ‘someone’s been stabbed, please get here soon, he’s not breathing’,’ the 40-year-old told PA.

‘There was a lot of talk at the church that it was (Sir David) and plenty of people had seen him outside saying hello to people outside the church 20 minutes before. It’s very shocking’.

Poignantly, Sir David wrote last year about the importance of meeting constituents despite what had happened to Jo Cox. He wrote: ‘She was a young woman with a family going about her duties, as we all do, completely unaware of the threat that she faced. While it is often said that good can come out of someone’s death, it is difficult to see what good can come from this senseless murder’. He also admitted he had been threatened at his home in the past and had to add additional security to his property.

It is expected MPs will now push for police to be present at all of their surgeries meeting the public after this latest outrage against democracy.

Sir Lindsay Hoyle, Speaker of the House of Commons, said: ‘I am shocked and deeply distressed by the killing of Sir David Amess. ‘David was a lovely man, devoted to his family, to Parliament and his Southend West constituency. He was well-liked by Members and the staff alike, and during his almost four decades here, built a reputation for kindness and generosity.

‘This is an incident that will send shockwaves across the parliamentary community and the whole country.

‘In the coming days we will need to discuss and examine MPs’ security and any measures to be taken, but for now, our thoughts and prayers are with David’s family, friends and colleagues.’

Carrie Johnson had led the tributes to the MP today, tweeting: ‘Absolutely devastating news about Sir David Amess. He was hugely kind and good. An enormous animal lover and a true gent. This is so completely unjust. Thoughts are with his wife and their children’.

Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps described Sir David Amess as ‘a true parliamentarian’. He tweeted: ‘Awful, tragic news about David. A dedicated, thoughtful man and a true Parliamentarian, who lost his life while serving the constituents who he worked relentlessly for throughout his career. My thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.’

Judith Cannon, deputy chair of the local Conservative club and friend of the MP, said: ‘I just don’t believe it, how anyone could harm a kind man like David, I don’t know. I cannot understand how anyone could be so wicked to harm this man’.

Brendan Cox, the husband of murdered MP Jo Cox, tweeted after the death: ‘My thoughts and love are with David’s family. They are all that matter now. This brings everything back. The pain, the loss, but also how much love the public gave us following the loss of Jo. I hope we can do the same for David now’.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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