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Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood said he was ‘waging jihad in revenge against the West’ in cracked WhatsApp message sent two minutes before slaughter

THE LAST message left by Westminster terror attacker Khalid Masood has been uncovered by security agencies.

The British-born terrorist was claimed to be on WhatsApp at 2.37pm on March 22 – minutes before mowing his car through crowds on Westminster Bridge and stabbing PC Keith Palmer.

The last message left by Westminster terror attacker Khalid Masood has been uncovered by security agencies
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Masood’s rampage on Westminster Bridge on March 22 killed five people and injured 50
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Just before the rampage, which killed five people and injured 50, 52-year-old Masood declared that he was waging jihad in revenge against Western military action in Muslim countries in the Middle East after police managed crack into the message, The Independent has reported.

The recipient has been questioned and later freed after cops and MI5 concluded they were not part of the plot or had any prior knowledge.

Kent-born Masood was shot dead during his murderous rampage.

The Westminster terrorist was previously known to security services and had once been investigated by MI5 over violent extremism.

He was a married dad-of-three and a former English teacher who had been living with his family in Birmingham.

Scotland Yard said he was a violent criminal convicted of multiple offences spanning 20 years.

His offences included assaults, grievous bodily harm, possession of offensive weapons and public order offences.

Masood had not been convicted for any terrorism offences, according to Home Secretary Amber Rudd.

His first conviction was in November 1983 for criminal damage and his last conviction was in December 2003 for possession of a knife.

Metropolitan Police said Masood was not the subject of any current investigations and there was no prior intelligence about his intent to mount a terrorist attack.

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