An inquest at the Guildhall in London heard that Khan had been released from prison 11 months earlier under strict licence conditions and was under investigation by counter-terrorism police and MI5.
But the ‘manipulative and duplicitous’ terrorist hid his murderous intent from those tasked with keeping the public safe, the hearing was told.
The jury found the victims had been ‘unlawfully killed’ and confirmed basic facts surrounding their deaths.
They criticised agencies involved in the management of Khan, saying there was ‘unacceptable management, a lack of accountability and deficiencies in management by Mappa (multi-agency public protection arrangements’.
The jury found that those involved with Khan had been blinded by his ‘poster-boy image’ for the Learning Together programme, and said there had been ‘missed opportunities for those with expertise and experience to give guidance’ in his management.
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