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Very big developments this morning in a major terror investigation is going on there.
A jury has convicted three Muslim man of plotting attacks intended to be even more deadly.
Then what we saw play out in the heart of London back in 2005.
Those bombings the transit bombings killed 52 people.
Amy Kellogg is live in London -- the latest on this this morning good morning Amy.
Hi Martha these young men had all grown up in this country.
But they had come to despise it and -- that they were so cynical that they actually had pretended to be raising money for a Muslim charity.
When in fact they were gathering funds for their plot to blow up.
Eight knapsack bombs and cause as much carnage is possible.
The three men were from Birmingham and were arrested in 2011.
In the joint MI five West Midlands counterterrorism operation.
They had said their attack would be another 9/11 taking revenge for quote everything.
And one of them -- criticized the July 7 bombers here for not killing enough people for not putting enough nails in their bombs.
Two -- three in the group had gone to the tribal areas of Pakistan for terrorist training.
And fund raising activities they said.
They -- said -- have been followers of the late US born radical al-Qaeda cleric Anwar.
How lucky and at least some had his sermons apparently on their Nokia phones they'd spoken about supplements and their bombs with assault rifle attacks.
And poisons and according to court documents they had experimented with bomb making one was a trained chemist and someone I know who who knew that man actually told me that he did well in the system here in the UK even ran his own pharmacy.
But something went wrong with him psychologically.
Now police swooped in and arrested the group in the early days of their scheme.
They had not even yet identified their target six others in their -- -- guilty.
To being part of the plot Martha and police are saying that this was the biggest.
Most significant plot to be foiled.
Since you're liquid bomb plot back in 2006.
In which of course terrorists and hope to blow up trans Atlantic planes with bombs created from liquids carried on.
Airplanes and that's of course why we now.
A river we are in the world need to put all of our -- and plastic bags we carry them on planes and I have quite a story Amy -- and thank goodness they were stopped in their tracks this time and -- cannot thank you very much from London.
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