& # 39; I would knock the absolute hell out of him & # 39 ;: grandfather who was repeatedly stabbed by his neighbor because he is wearing an American-themed shirt says he will never forgive ISIS-inspired terrorist
- Wayne Greenhalgh was stung by his terrorist neighbor in Minto in 2016
- Sydney's grandfather said he was attacked because of a T-shirt he was wearing
- Ihsa Khan was found guilty of the terrorist attack and will be sentenced
- Mr. Greenhalgh said he will never forgive his attacker for the damage and pain
A grandfather who was repeatedly stabbed by a terrorist because of a T-shirt with an American theme he wore said he will never forgive his attacker.
Wayne Greenhalgh, was stabbed several times by his neighbor Ihsas Khan while taking an afternoon walk in September 2016 in Minto, southwestern Sydney.
Mr. Greenhalgh managed to hide in a nearby hair salon after neighbors had used a fence to protect Khan until the police arrived and tasted him.
Wayne Greenhalgh (photo) was stabbed several times by his neighbor Ihsas Khan while taking an afternoon walk in 2016
Sydney's grandfather told An ongoing case he will never forgive the ISIS supporter for the endless emotional trauma.
& # 39; I would beat the absolute hell of him and I don't care, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; I would be quite happy to go into a room, someone closes the door and throws the key away, and leaves me with him. & # 39;
Mr Greenhalgh said that he had spoken with Khan earlier in the day and noticed that he was holding a small book.
He said he was the target of an American t-shirt he was wearing, which made Khan believe he was American.
& # 39; He had a small book in his hand and he looked more like Wayne than me, then he just turned around and went inside, & # 39; said Mrs. Greenhalgh.
Mr Greenhalgh said that the incident traumatized him and that his injuries ended his career as a furniture maker – a job he has done since he was 16.
Ihsas Khan (photo), who was a student in pharmacy, was found guilty of the terrorist attack after six trials
& # 39; When I wake up, it seems like I'm still running away from him. It's weird, but hopefully it will disappear one day, & he said.
Khan, who was a student in pharmacy, was found guilty of the terrorist attack after six trials.
The first four were aborted because his mental status was questioned while the jury could not pass judgment in a fifth trial.
He told the police in an interview that the attack looked like eating a picnic bar. You don't really think about it, do you think? & # 39;
In the meantime, Mr Greenhalgh and his wife and volunteers have moved to the Gold Goast to take the elderly to medical appointments.
He takes anti-depressants and painkillers that he says has influenced him mentally and is in counseling.
Khan is expected to be sentenced in May.
Mr. Greenhalgh said that he will never forgive his attacker (photo) and whether he had the chance to beat him & # 39; & # 39;
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