Darren Osborne killed one person and injured nine others in the June 2017 attack.
- Darren Osborne drove a van into a crowd outside a mosque in London last June.
- He killed one person and injured nine others.
- He was sentenced to 43 years in prison at Woolwich Crown Court.
The man who drove a van into a crowd outside two London mosques last year has been sentenced to 43 years in prison.
Darren Osborne, 48, killed one man and injured nine others after he swerved into worshippers at Finsbury Park, north London, at 12.16 a.m. last June.
Osborne was said to have shouted "I want to kill all Muslims" shortly after the attack.
He was found guilty of murder and attempted murder on Thursday, and sentenced at Woolwich Crown Court on Friday afternoon.
The judge sentenced him to life in prison, with a minimum term of 43 years.
Reporters in court described Osborne as emotionless. He is also reported to have said "God bless you, thank you," as he was taken away.
The prosecuting lawyer at his trial said Osborne had been "brainwashed" into Islamophobia after watching a BBC drama about an underage sex grooming gang run by Muslim men in Rochdale, Manchester.
During his trial, Osborne also claimed that he wanted to kill Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at a pro-Palestinian march in London.
The London Metropolitan Police on Thursday released a 15-second clip of the scene as Osborne drove into a crowd of people in Muslim dress that night.
The force also released a series of CCTV stills that showed how he planned the attack in Wales before driving to London to carry out the deadly act.
Commander Dean Haydon, the head of the Met's counterterrorism unit, said on Thursday: "If Osborne’s aim was to create divisions and hate between communities, then from what I have seen, he has failed in that respect. The way that the local community in Finsbury Park — of all faiths and backgrounds — came together was astounding and this reaction was the same across London and the UK."