Scottish police revealed who was to blame for the stabbing on Friday at a hotel in Glasgow. He was a 28-year-old asylum seeker from Sudan. After his act, he was shot and killed by the police.
The man fell Friday several people with a knife in a hotel where asylum seekers are temporarily staying. Six people were injured, including an officer. The other victims are three asylum seekers and two hotel staff.
The motive of the perpetrator of the murder is still being investigated, but immediately after the incident it was said that there was probably no terrorist attack. There are indications that the man had mental health problems.
The six wounded are still in the hospital. His condition is stable, according to the police.