All those involved in London Westminster attack suspects released with no further action
A 30-year-old man arrested on 26 March at an address in Birmingham on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts and detained under the Terrorism Act has been released, no further action, today, Saturday, 1 April.
Eleven other people who were previously arrested in connection with this investigation have all been released with no further action.
Four victims who died as a result of the attack have been formally identified. They are:
Kurt Cochran, aged 54
Aysha Frade, aged 44
PC Keith Palmer, aged 48
Leslie Rhodes, aged 75
The attacker, Khalid Masood, aged 52, has also been formally identified.
The inquests into the deaths of the victims of the Westminster terrorist attack opened and adjourned on Wednesday 29 March under the authority of Senior Coroner for Westminster, Dr Fiona Wilcox. A provisional date for the pre-inquest review was set by the coroner as 19 May at the Royal Courts of Justice.
The inquest into the death of Khalid Masood opened and adjourned on Thursday, 30 March, under the authority of Senior Coroner for Westminster, Dr Fiona Wilcox. A provisional date for the pre-inquest review was set by the coroner as 19 May, at the Royal Courts of Justice.
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