Three Suspects arrested in London in Connection with
July 29th 2005
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Police have a total of three
people in custody in connection with the latest failed terror
bombings in London. The third suspect was led away in a white
forensic jumpsuit from the Notting Hill scene by two officers also
wearing white jumpsuits. The suspect is still unidentified and
police shielded his face from cameras.
Police in chemical suits and gas
masks were seen on a story aired by Fox News securing the scene.
The latest suspect is believed to be involved in an attempt to
detonate a bomb near the Oval Station in South London on July 21st.
The first attack in London occurred on July 7th killing
In the raid police first gave
orders for the suspect to come out of the building. When there was
no compliance police wearing body armor used stun grenades and
rushed into the apartment firing several shots. Another apartment
was raided at the same time without incident. Two more suspects
were taken into custody.
The apartments are close to the
park where police found abandoned explosives on July 21st.
This had raised suspicions as to whether there was a fifth bomber.
In a prepared statement police
said "conducted operations at two residential addresses in west
London in connection with the ongoing investigations into attempted
bomb attacks on the London transport network on 21 July."
Two days ago police in Birmingham arrested Yasin
Hassan Omar. Yasin, a 24 year old Somali, was seen on closed
circuit TV (CCTV) fleeing the Warren Street Station in Central
London after a failed attack.
According to the New York Times of the three other
suspects, one has been identified as Muktar Said Ibrahim, a
naturalized British citizen born in Eritrea, who is accused of
trying to bomb a number 26 bus in east London. Images of two other
suspects not yet identified by name have been made public. Those two
suspects are accused of trying to attack subway trains at Shepherd's
Bush, west London, and Oval, south London.
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