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The Finsbury Park terror suspect tried to kill himself six weeks ago by jumping into a river and begged to be sectioned, according to his sister.Darren Osborne, 47, is accused of ploughing into worshippers in North London in the early hours of Monday morning before jumping out and shouting: 'I'm going to kill all Muslims - I did my bit'.Friends have described him as a 'bloody psycho' who had a reputation for drunken fights but many said they couldn't believe he would allegedly plough a van into Muslim worshippers in the early hours of Monday morning.It is alleged that the terror suspect - who was not known to police and MI5 - hired an £80-a-day van from South Wales before driving to the Muslim Welfare House in north London.A 17-year-old boy is believed to be in a coma after being struck by the van.Witnesses say that, after the attack, Osborne shouted 'I'm going to kill all Muslims - I did my bit' as he was restrained by members of the community.
Today it was revealed that the father-of-four was living in a tent in some South Wales woodland after breaking up with his girlfriend.He threw himself into the river in Cardiff.'He asked to be taken into care, to be sectioned but they wouldn't do it. And this happened on my birthday, on my 50th birthday.' She added: 'I thought when he found his partner that he would be alright, that she would save him, but that's gone wrong too.'They have always been on and off. His sister said she cannot bear to watch the videos of his arrest and said: 'I feel terribly sorry for all of the families hurt by this and for our family too — my mum is going to be broken for life. The imam who shielded the alleged Finsbury Park attacker from angry reprisals was hailed a hero yesterday.I was sure they would get back together.'I feel so sorry for her and the kids. I feel so sorry for the people he hurt.'He is not well but I'm angry with him. I am interested and admire Asian and eastern culture.' His mother Christine, 72, has said she is 'sorry for what's happened', adding: 'I'm not going to defend him but you know he's my son and it's a terrible terrible shock. Mohammed Mahmoud, 30, shouted 'Don't touch him' and protected the terror suspect from punches and kicks.There, he is accused of mounting the pavement just yards from the Finsbury Park Mosque and mowing down a group of British Muslims.They were helping Makram Ali, 52, who died minutes later in front of his 26-year-old daughter as those who went to assist him screamed in agony.