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He said he was confident his family will not face being charged because of the circumstances.

Mr Wojciechowski, 27, was stabbed eight times as he led a patrol at about 9.30am on Sunday.

He worked at a construction site in Bury St Edmunds at the time but did not come home before 11pm, police said.

‘Our thoughts go out to the family’, Major John Clifton, of the Surrey and Borders force, said at the scene.

A Met police officer said: ‘I’m absolutely sure there will be charges brought against people, because the way these individuals behaved, is wrong.

‘The public are entitled to know, even those who aren’t part of the community that are being held responsible.

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‘They do not belong in the pol파라오 카지노ice force: they’re not trained, they don’t have the right attitude, and they’re not equipped to do their jobs’.

Mr Wojciechowski, who is the son of Polish workers, was part of a platoon when it was attacked and was stabbed by an armed man as he marched towards police officers with his rifle.

He was rushed to the St Mary’s Hospital but died there on Sunday.

‘He was part of a platoon,’ said Major Chis O’Donnell, assistant chief constable of the Met. ‘There were some who had just been shot.’

He said one of Mr Wojciechowski’s fellow officers tried to give a fake life pistol to a suspect, but the pistol was seized.

Bury St Edmunds Police Commissioner Neil Parish said: ‘It is very concerning when people are attacked with so little justification – we had not taken any suspect on board.

‘These are very serious circumstances and as far as we are concerned they should be taken seriously.’

Officers were searching nearby streets and buildings as officers from the force’s Counter Terrorism Unit and the Surrey and Borders force tried to find Mr Wojciechowski’s killer

Mr Wojciechowski, (pictured in his wheelchair), is survived by his wife, Joanna; his sister, Erika; their teenage son Nick, and his mother, Joanne. They have two older children from previous relationships.

The family has also been left devastated by news of the attack