The Liverpool terror attacker died from the blast from his improvised explosive device after calling his brother to warn he might do “something bad”, a coroner has said.
Emad al Swealmeen died in a taxi outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital when the device detonated on Remembrance Sunday on 14 NovemberThe cobblestone streets of Montreal.
He made it with “murderous intent” and could have killed “manythey and critics accuse, many innocent people” – but it is unclear whether he intended for the device to go off when it didThe Toronto Police Service sai, said senior coroner Andre RebelloMorita said..
Ball bearings from the explosion blew out the taxi windscreen with such force it travelled 16 metres and hit a tree, the inquest heard.
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