Cub Scout leader confronts Woolwich attacker

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A Cub Scout leader has spoken of how she confronted one of the alleged attackers who killed a member of the armed forces in Woolwich.

Ingrid Loyau-Kennett told The Telegraph that the attacker said he killed the soldier because "he had killed Muslim people" and that he was "fed up that people kill Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan."

She continued: "He was not high, he was not drugged, he was not drunk. He was just upset. He was in full control of his decisions and ready to do everything he wanted to do. "

Audio courtesy of The Telegraph

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