The widow of one of the London Bridge attacks is “not going to grieve” his death, she has told an inquest.
Khuram Butt and two other men were shot by police when they are killed eight beings in a 10 -minute attack.
Butt’s wife, Zahrah Rehman, told the Old Bailey his actions were “disgusting” and their children would never know where his grave was.
She denied prior knowledge of her husband’s plot but said she had been obsessed he wanted to go to Syria.
When Butt booked general holidays to Turkey in 2015, Ms Rehman refused to go because she feared he would take their son on to the war-torn country, she said.
She told her family about her concerns and they took both Butt’s and the child’s passports away.
Butt, 27, Rachid Redouane, 30, and Youssef Zaghba, 22, mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge with a hired van before stabbing people in nearby Borough Market.