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In pictures: Plane plot evidence

Abdulla Ahmed Ali

Abdulla Ahmed Ali is on trial with seven other men, accused of conspiring to murder and endangering planes in 2006. They all deny the charges at Woolwich Crown Court.

The inside of a cupboard, containing plastic bottles

Prosecutors say eight men planned to kill passengers by detonating home-made bombs, disguised as soft drinks, aboard flights to the US. The court was shown images of a cupboard containing bottles.

Jars containing evidence

Jars containing batteries, food colouring and syringes were also shown to the jury. It is alleged the items could be used to make bombs.

Extract from diary found in possession of Abdulla Ahmed Ali

Woolwich Crown Court heard extracts from a diary that had been in Mr Ali's possession.

Extract from diary found in possession of Abdulla Ahmed Ali

The court heard that in a diary found in Mr Ali's possession were phrases including "perfect disguise", "select date" and "five days before all link up".

USB memory stick found in possession of Abdulla Ahmed Ali

The prosecution says a memory stick found in Mr Ali's possession contained lists of flights, departing between August and October 2006. They were destined for New York, Montreal, San Francisco, Washington, Toronto, and two for Chicago.

Interior of car

Mr Ali was arrested in August 2006. Police called in a bomb squad to make sure his car, a silver Kia borrowed from co-defendant Arafat Waheed Khan, was safe to search.

Assad Sarwar

Assad Sarwar, 27, from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, is among the men accused of taking part in the alleged plot.

A digital thermometer

The court heard a dumped suitcase containing equipment and raw bomb making materials were found in woodland in High Wycombe. A digital thermometer was among the items found in the case.

A plastic bottle containing hydrogen peroxide

A bottle containing hydrogen peroxide, an ingredient for improvised bombs, was among the items found in woodland.




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