A TERROR boss who planned an attack on the London Stock Exchange has lost a freedom order.
Mohammed Shahjahan, 38, was deemed too dangerous to be released from prison by a parole board.
In 2012, he was sentenced to 17 years for the al-Qaeda inspired gun attack and bombing of London’s financial district.
The Stoke-on-Trent jihadist was released in 2019 but was recalled to prison for violating license terms.
He pleaded for his release last month, but a prison psychologist ruled that Shahjahan tended to “overlook the consequences of his actions.”
Shahjahan planned the planned stock market outrage with Usman Khan, 28, and Nazam Hussain, 38.
All three admitted to having participated in the preparation of acts of terrorism and were imprisoned.
Khan killed Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23, at a criminal rehabilitation conference in Fishmongers’ Hall in November 2019, before they were shot dead by police on nearby London Bridge.
In refusing Shahjahan’s freedom, Tory MP Nigel Mills said: “This is the right decision.
“We don’t want these monsters walking the streets.”
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