Glasgow stabbing suspect identified as Sudanese asylum seeker

Glasgow stabbing suspect identified as Sudanese asylum seeker

THE hero cop who was injured in a horror knife attack at a Glasgow hotel on Friday has said he will "never forget the scene we were confronted with". This did not prevent, according to Scottish Justice Minister Humza Yousaf, the "depressing" instrumentalization of "this disgusting incident" by supporters of the far right.

"Glasgow won't stand for your divisive hatred, so don't even try it".

"Armed police officers attended the incident and I can confirm that a male suspect was shot by an armed officer", said Assistant Chief Constable Steve Johnson of Police Scotland.

Of those five, aged 17, 18, 20, 38 and 53, one was in a critical but stable condition, and the others stable. All have been hospitalised.

The hotel was thought to be housing around 100 asylum seekers during the coronavirus pandemic and charities on Saturday voiced their concerns about conditions and its impact on guests.

Mr Whyte was one of six people injured during the incident at the city centre hotel which was housing asylum seekers.

"I spoke to someone inside the hotel and he said he was sleeping, it was 10 to 1pm, and he heard screaming, males screaming and females screaming, he was on the third floor".

Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said: "I'm shocked and saddened like everybody will be at the events that unfolded in Glasgow today".

He tweeted: "Deeply saddened by the awful incident in Glasgow, my thoughts are with all the victims and their families".

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At least three people were killed on Friday in a stabbing incident in central Glasgow, Scotland, local media reported.

After the stabbings, television footage showed the police frogmarching people out of the hotel with their hands above their heads.

An asylum seeker who was in the same hotel, Siraj, told Sky News that Adam had made violent threats in the past.

"He said he headed to reception via the lift and the elevator was covered in blood".

There is a heavy police presence on West George Street with more than a dozen police vehicles in attendance.

The man said he saw police assisting another bloodied receptionist by the hotel entrance.

David's wife nursing auxiliary Carol posted on her Facebook page a message supporting her hubby saying: "I hold the line - because he's mine".

"I don't know if it was a bullet wound, a stab wound, or what it was", said Craig Milroy, who works in an office nearby.

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