Finsbury Park mosque murderer Darren Osborne could permanently lose his sight in one eye after he was subjected to a 'brutal and unprovoked attack' by a fellow inmate.
Finsbury Park mosque murderer Darren Osborne, 47, (above) could permanently lose his sight in one eye after he was subjected to a 'brutal and unprovoked attack' by a fellow inmate at HMP Full Sutton, York
47-year-old Osborne, who was convicted of ramming a van into a crowd of people outside the London mosque in 2017, was stabbed by convicted murdered Patrick Chandler in an 'unprovoked attack' at HMP Full Sutton, in York.
He was left with permanent damage to his right eye after Chandler, 48, stabbed him in the head, arm and torso with a self-made blade fashioned from a wooden tool, a court heard.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Osborne - who is serving a 43-year sentence behind bars for his role in the terrorist attack - was assaulted so violently that part of the weapon snapped and was embedded in his forehead.
The attack left Osborne 'terrified' he would permanently lose his vision after he was told he could require a 'glass eye' in the future.
Hull Crown Court heard how Chandler launched the vicious attack on Osborne while on the sports pitch at the maximum security prison in York.
Chandler was sentenced to life with a minimum of 18 years for the murder of John Comer in Manningtree, Essex, in 2017, before later getting an extra 10 years added after he attacked another inmate at a prison in Chelmsford.
Osborne was stabbed by convicted murdered Patrick Chandler, 48, (above) who used a self-made blade fashioned from a wooden tool in the 'unprovoked attack
Osborne is currently serving a 43-year minimum sentence behind bars for the Finsbury Park mosque murder which killed one man, Makram Ali, and injured nine others in June 2017
But the attack on terrorist Osborne has now landed