— Evening Standard (@standardnews) September 5, 2014
From the piece:
Details have begun to emerge about the man arrested for the murder of a great grandmother beheaded in her back garden.
He was named locally as Nicholas Salvadore, a 25-year-old would-be cage fighter who is believed to be a Muslim convert, who had been living a few doors from 82-year-old Palmira Silva.
Salvadore was under arrest and under armed guard in hospital today after the events in a street in north London yesterday. Detectives say they have ruled out terrorism as a motive.
Not terrorism? Just a local crime story, we guess.
The man suspected of beheading a London woman also attacked 2 other people, police say http://t.co/CHlx5rxJpj
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 5, 2014
— The Independent (@Independent) September 4, 2014
London beheading accused receives treatment for injuries http://t.co/WbD60MMdfO
— The Guardian (@guardian) September 5, 2014
Our prayers to the family of Ms. Silva.
Editor’s note: The headline of this post has been changed to correct a typo.