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Extremist Zack Davies jailed after trying to behead Asian dentist in Tesco as 'revenge for Lee Rigby' - Mirror Online

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Extremist Zack Davies jailed after trying to behead Asian dentist in Tesco as 'revenge for Lee Rigby'

12:02, 11 September 2015
Updated 12:36, 11 September 2015
By Gary Porter

Davies, 26, will have to spend a minimum of 14 years behind bars after he carried out the vicious racially-motivated attack on Dr Sarandev Bhambra

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CPS CCTV of Zack Davies walking into a Tesco
Savage: CCTV of Zack Davies walking into the Tesco store before the attack

A far right extremist who "intended to behead" an Asian dentist when he attacked the man with a machete in Tesco has been sentenced to life in prison.

Zack Davies, 26, shouted, "White power", "This is revenge" and "This is for Lee Rigby", as he launched the savage attack on 24-year-old Sikh Dr Sarandev Bhambra.

He was found guilty of attempted murder in June of this year.

Davies, who described Jihadi John as an “inspiration”, launched a hammer and machete attack at Mold’s Tesco supermarket in January.


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