A woman looks at floral tributes lie in Parliament Square following the attack in Westminster, central London, Britain March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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Masood drove a car through a crowd of pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, killing three and injuring about 50, then ran through the gates of parliament and fatally stabbed a police officer, before he was shot dead by police.Neil Basu, senior national coordinator for UK counter-terrorism policing, said there was no evidence that Masood had been radicalised in prison in 2003 and it was pure speculation to suggest that had happened.Masood, 52, was British-born and had several previous convictions for offences such as grievous bodily harm, possession of a knife and public order offences. Media have reported that Masood sent an encrypted message moments before the attack.
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