Parsons Green explosion trial: See inside bedroom of Sunbury teenager accused of planting bomb on Tube train

March 13, 2018
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Images of the bedroom of the Sunbury teenager accused of planting a bomb at Parsons Green have been released by the Metropolitan Police.

One picture shows the bedroom door of Ahmed Hassan Mohammed Ali covered in the words “I’m bored”.

Another shows an Arsenal towel draped over a wardrobe door.

These images were shown to the jury at Mr Ali’s trial at the Old Bailey.

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Parsons Green Terror Attack trial

The bomb partially exploded at Parsons Green Tube station on September 15, 2017, injuring 29 people in total.

On Friday (March 9), the jury heard that a search of the Cavendish Road house found traces of the high explosive TATP on the kitchen hob and extractor fan, as well as on a ruler and Tesco Clubcard found in a black binbag in the house’s conservatory.

Images of some of these items were also released by police.

During a short interview after his arrest at Dover on the day following the attack, Mr Hassan was asked by a detective from the Met Police counter-terrorism unit who had made the device used at Parsons Green.

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According to the detective, who gave evidence on Friday, Mr Hassan replied: “I did.”

He also allegedly told police there might be “traces, a few milligrams” of TATP at the home in Sunbury, which was owned by his foster parents.

Mr Ali denies charges of attempted murder and using the chemical compound TATP to cause an explosion likely to endanger life.

The trial continues.

Article source: https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/parsons-green-explosion-trial-see-14403660


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