Convicted murderer James Ford who confronted terrorist is moved to new jail ...

Convicted murderer James Ford who confronted London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan while on day release is moved to new jail after death threats James Ford, 42, tried to save Saskia Jones, 23, by performing CPR after stabbing  He was on day release from Standford Hill open prison, Kent, to attend the event Ford is serving a life sentence for the murder of 21-year-old Amanda Champion She was found strangled and throat cut in 2003 near her home in Ashford, Kent 

By Emily Webber For Mailonline

Published: 14:33 GMT, 8 December 2019 | Updated: 14:34 GMT, 8 December 2019

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Convicted murderer James Ford who confronted London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan has been moved to another jail following death threats. 

James Ford, 42, tried to save Saskia Jones, 23, by performing CPR after she was fatally stabbed by Khan in the attack which also killed 25-year-old Jack Merritt. 

He then attempted to stop Khan in his tracks before rushing onto London Bridge to join others in tackling the terrorist to the ground before he was shot dead by police.  

Convicted murderer James Ford, 42, has been moved to a new jail after death threats

Ford is serving a life sentence for the murder of Amanda Champion, 21, in 2003

Convicted murderer James Ford, 42, (left) has been moved to a new jail after death threats. Ford is serving a life sentence for the murder of Amanda Champion, 21, in 2003 (right) 

Ford was on day release from Standford Hill open prison, Kent, to attend the Learning Together prisoner rehabilitation conference at Fishmongers' Hall on November 29. 

He is serving a life sentence for the murder for a 21-year-old woman in 2003. 

Amanda Champion – who had the mental age of a 15-year-old –

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