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In pictures: 'Bomb factory'

Metropolitan Police handout photo showing the interior of Curtis House, New Southgate, London

Images of a north London flat prosecutors say was used as a "bomb factory" by the alleged 21 July bomb plotters were shown at Woolwich Crown Court. Six men deny the charges.

Metropolitan Police handout photo showing bottle found at Curtis House , New Southgate, London.

The jury was shown a picture of a bottle of liquid peroxide. Prosecutors say police officers found numerous bottles of peroxide bottles, some full, some empty, at the London flat.

Metropolitan Police handout photo showing an item found at Curtis House

One of the images shows the residue of a yellow substance on a furniture unit, which prosecutors are linking to the alleged rucksack bombs.

Metropolitan Police handout photo showing kitchen at Curtis House, New Southgate

The jury was shown a photo of a cooker. The prosecution says evidence includes "corrosion" on the cooker's control panel and peroxide traces on a saucepan and frying pan.

Metropolitan Police handout photo showing the interior of Curtis House, New Southgate, London

One of the alleged plotters, Yassin Omar, lived at the flat and the court heard his fingerprints and those of several other defendants were found on bottles and boxes of peroxide.

Metropolitan Police handout photo showing an item found at Curtis House

A photograph of a five-litre glass laboratory bottle was also shown to the jury.






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