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Westminster attack: Police officer tried to rugby tackle Khalid Masood

BBC News Friday, 12 October 2018
Westminster attack: Police officer tried to rugby tackle Khalid MasoodPC Nick Carlisle was unsure if Khalid Masood was wearing a suicide vest but still handcuffed him.
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A police officer who was guarding the gates of Parliament during the Westminster attack has recalled the moment he came face to face with Khalid Masood. PC Nick Carlisle was on duty with his colleague Keith Palmer when he says he locked eyes with the attacker who was just five metres away Report by...

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