People place flowers outside Britain's parliament in London, Saturday March 25, 2017, for the victims of the Westminster attack on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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Westminster Bridge attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message that cannot be accessed because it was encrypted by the popular messaging service, a top British security official said Sunday.British press reports suggest Masood used the easily available messaging service just minutes before starting a rampage Wednesday that left three pedestrians and one police officer dead and dozens more wounded, including some with catastrophic injuries.A detailed police reconstruction has found the entire attack lasted 82 seconds.She plans to meet with firms Thursday in a bid to set up an industry board that would take steps to make the web less useful to extremists.British police investigating the attack say they still believe Masood, a 52-year-old Briton, acted alone and say they have no indications that further attacks are planned.One 58-year-old man remains in custody in the case after being arrested in Birmingham, where Masood had been living.
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