A senior scientist at a global chemicals company has been identified as the third man to be killed in the Reading terrorist attack. David Wails, senior principal scientist at Johnson Matthey, a British FTSE 100 listed company, died in the attack in Forbury Gardens on Saturday. Wails was a graduate of the University of York and former post-doctoral researcher at Queens University Belfast, according to online profiles. Wails was connected to the two other men killed in the attack – US-born Joe Ritchie-Bennett and teacher James Furlong – via Facebook, and it appears they were all together in the park on Saturday. Ritchie-Bennetts father, Robert Ritchie, told reporters his son worked for a law firm in London before taking a job about 10 years ago at a Dutch pharmaceutical firm with British headquarters in Reading, where the stabbing attack took place. Ritchie described his son, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as an “absolutely fabulous guy”. “I absolutely love my son with all of my ..