Woman arrested in UK attack investigation won't face charges

Posted April 02, 2017

British police said they released on Saturday the final person being held over last week's terror attack outside the British parliament, which killed four people.

Flowers are seen placed outside of the Houses of Parliament in remembrance of victims eight days after a man drove his vehicle into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge then stabbed a police officer in London, Britain, March 30.

Police officer Keith Palmer, Spanish teacher and mother-of-two Aysha Fade, US tourist Kurt Cochran and 75-year-old retired window cleaner Leslie Rhodes all died in attack on March 23.

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The 32-year-old woman was arrested last week on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts and had been on bail.

Masood then fatally stabbed a policeman in a courtyard on the grounds of Parliament.

The terror attacker, Khalid Masood, 52 was shot dead from a single gunshot wound to the chest. "A provisional date for the pre-inquest review was set by the coroner as 19 May at the Royal Courts of Justice", the Met statement said.

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In the attack, five people were killed and 50 were injured.

British media have reported Masood accessed the encrypted messaging service WhatsApp moments before the attack, leaving open the possibility someone else could have been involved. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack.

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