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‘Better me than a child’: Cub Scout leader and mom of 2 says she was ‘never scared’ while standing up to cleaver-wielding terrorists who beheaded British soldier
Ingrid Loyau-Kennett said she was focused on keeping the maniacs occupied so that they wouldn't attack anyone else in the crowd. 'I didn't want him to get scared or agitated,' she said. Local reports identified one of the attackers as Michael Adebolajo, and the men are most likely British citizens of Nigerian descent.
Ingrid Loyau-Kennett, the woman who talked to the two men accused of murdering a soldier in Woolwich, UK, told Daybreak she was acting on instinct.
The brave mother of two who confronted the cleaver-wielding maniacs after they allegedly beheaded a British soldier says she never feared for her life and sought to distract the terrorist pair from potentially striking again.
Loyau-Kennett said she on a bus that stopped near the murder scene. She got off, thinking it was a car accident.
The blood-spattered killer — identified in local reports as Michael Adebolajo — told her he and his accomplice had set out to kill a soldier, and that their victim deserved his fate for killing Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan.
"He was furious about the British army being over there," she told The Guardian.
"I asked him what he was going to do next because the police were going to arrive soon. He said it was a war and if the police were coming, he was going to kill them. I asked him if that was a reasonable thing to do but it was clear that he really wanted to do that."
When Adebolajo, walked away to talk to someone else, Loyau-Kennett said she spoke to the second man who was quieter and more shy.
'I went over to the body where there was a lady sitting there and she said he was dead," said Loyau-Kennet. (not shown above) "I took his pulse and there was none.'
She asked him to hand over his knife, but he refused, she said.