Kathy Griffin, noooooooooooooooo.
A good rule of thumb in these dire political times, or actually, in any sorts of times: Don’t take a picture of you grasping onto a replica of the president’s head, covered in fake blood, a maneuver soon to be known as a “Kathy Griffin.” Get a load of this:
Police have arrested 12 suspects linked to Saturday night’s attack in central London, the Metropolitan Police said.
Counterterrorism police raided several addresses in the east London suburb of Barking on Sunday, the force said, adding that searches were continuing there.
Four women were seen being led away by police by an AFP photographer, although it was not clear whether they were among those arrested.
At least seven people died and dozens were injured after attackers drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing people at bars and restaurants in nearby Borough Market on Saturday night.
The attack ended after police shot dead three suspected attackers.
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EVERY DAY, A NEW LOW. As Britons turned to social networks to try to get credible information about an unfolding terrorist attack in central London on Saturday night, the President of the United States enraged many by injecting himself into the conversation, and trying to turn the wave of anxiety and fear to his political advantage.
Armed police launched a series raids in east London on Sunday as officers hunted associates of the three men who carried out the London Bridge attack. The Metropolitan police said 12 people were arrested from at least two addresses in and around Barking.
Just before 7am residents at the Elizabeth Fry block of flats, in King’s Road, near Barking station, were woken when several armed police units arrived.
Michael Mimbo, 25, had been getting ready for his shift as a security guard. “I heard cars screeching up the road and lots of shouting of ‘get down, get down’,” he said. He went outside and saw “armed police everywhere”.