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Inquests into 7/7 London Bombings

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At 8:50 on 7th July 2005, three explosions ripped through London's underground system within fifty seconds of each other at Edgware Road, Aldgate and King's Cross. An hour later a fourth bomb would destroy a Number 30 Bus in Tavistock Square. 52 innocent people were killed in our city and around 700 more were injured.

On 6th May 2011, the inquest into what happened delivers its verdict.

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    7/7 Inquest: The Verdict Which Will Save Lives

    Following months of hearings, 63 days of evidence, 309 witnesses and more than 2,000 exhibits coroner Lady Justice Hallett has recorded a verdict of Unlawful Killing. Get full details of her findings and recommendations.

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    7/7 Inquests: The Evidence

    The real photos and documents being used in court to explain what happened on July 7 2005. This is the key evidence that the 7/7 inquest is using ahead the verdict.