Glasgow Straubings: A man named 6 - and a friend says he was warned of the attack

The sword, which was killed by police in Glasgow, is named after a Sudanese citizen named Bardin.    The refugee, in his early 20s, spoke with a friend Thursday night, hours before the bloodshed that shocked the city, and warned him of his scavenging plans.


The sword, which was killed by police in Glasgow, is named after a Sudanese citizen named Bardin.

The refugee, in his early 20s, spoke with a friend Thursday night, hours before the bloodshed that shocked the city, and warned him of his scavenging plans.

Siraj told ETV and the Daily Mail, "I'll attack," so everyone should take it seriously. "

"They told me. I told them, 'No, there's no need for an attack,' and they said, 'They hate me, I hate them, they're against me.'

Yesterday afternoon, six people were stabbed to death in the Park Inn Hotel on West George Street, including police officer PC David White.

The 42-year-old was one of the first scene of the incident and was taken to hospital to fight his survivor.

Earlier this afternoon Police Scotland PC White said it was now stable.

Five others were hospitalized and one of them was in critical condition, police said.

The three refugees and two hotel staff described them as staying at the Park Inn Hotel during the attack.

The wounded men were aged 18, 20, 38 and 53 years at the hospital.

Nicola Sturgeon wanted all the wounded to "recover fully and quickly."

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