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  • Two of the men who helped disarm and detain the London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan are convicted felons.
  • James Ford was convicted of murdering 21-year-old Amanda Champion in 2004, and ex-offender Marc Conway now works as a policy officer at the Prison Reform Trust.
  • Ford is in the final stage of serving a sentence at Standford Hill open prison, and was out on license in London on Friday.
  • Khan attacked attendees at a criminal rehabilitation conference at Fishmonger’s Hall just before 2 p.m. Friday, killing two and injuring three. 
  • Members of the public, including Ford and Conway, disarmed Khan and detained him on London Bridge until police arrived. He was shot dead by officers from the City of London Police.
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Two of the men who helped take down the London Bridge terrorist were convicted felons, one of whom was a murderer serving the final stage of his sentence.

A number of civilians detained and disarmed 28-year-old Usman Khan after he began attacking people near London Bridge just before 2 p.m. on Friday.

Amongst them were James Ford, convicted of murdering 21-year-old Amanda Champion in 2004, and ex-offender Marc Conway, now working as a policy officer for the Prison Reform Trust.

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James Ford, who helped stop Usman Khan, was convicted of murder in 2004.
Kent Police


Ford was not attending the Learning Together criminal reform conference at Fishmonger’s Hall where Khan began his attack

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