The perpetrator of the Liverpool explosion identified, the level of threat raised

The day after the explosion of a taxi in front of a hospital in Liverpool (northern England), which left one dead and one injured, the United Kingdom raised, on Monday, the level of the terrorist threat to ” serious ”, announced the British Home Secretary, Priti Patel. The alleged perpetrator, who died in the blast, was reportedly identified on Monday evening by the police.

“We are increasing the level of the threat from significant to serious,” the minister said on television, stressing that the events in Liverpool represent the second act considered terrorist after the murder of MP David Amess a month ago. This threat level means that the risk of attack is considered “highly probable”.

Almost identified author

Investigators believe the Liverpool explosive device was “made” by the taxi passenger, killed in the explosion on Sunday morning outside a women’s hospital in the city of northern England.

Counterterrorism police “strongly” believe they identified him as Emad Al Swealmeen, 32, investigators linking to two addresses where searches were underway on Monday. Police believe he had lived at the first “for a while” and had recently rented the second Rutland Avenue.

The “British people will never be intimidated by terrorism”

The “British people will never be intimidated by terrorism”, reacted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday.

Calling for vigilance, the Prime Minister stressed that these facts “show us all that the British people will never be intimidated by terrorism, we will never give in to those who want to divide us by senseless acts”.

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