TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday, October 16, 2021, laid a wreath at the church where David Amess, was buried before being buried. Amess was a British MP who died in a stabbing, what British police called a terror attack.
The terror attack was likely linked to an extremist network. This attack comes five years after the murder of Jo Cox, a Labor MP.
In a statement on Saturday morning, 16 October 2021, British Police said they had launched an investigation and it was revealed this attack was linked to an extremist group.
Member of the British Parliament David Amess (UK Parliament/via REUTERS_
British Home Secretary Priti Patel and Labor leader Keir Starmer also laid flowers in sympathy for Amess’ death. Patel and Starmer, standing side by side in silence, before leaving the church where Amess lay.
Earlier on Friday, 15 October 2021, Prime Minister Johnson said the UK had lost a good servant, a dear friend and work partner.
Amess suffered a stabbing attack during a constituent meeting at a church in Leigh on Sea, Essex, Friday, October 15, 2021. Eyewitnesses recounted that the murderer walked calmly towards Amess and took out a knife and stabbed him 17 times without saying a word. any word.
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