Three men have been cleared of helping to plan the 7/7 London suicide attacks with an alleged reconnaissance mission.
A jury at Kingston Crown Court, in Surrey, found them not guilty of conspiring with the bombers by organising a trip to find possible targets in London before the attacks in 2005.
Waheed Ali, 25, Sadeer Saleem, 28, and Mohammed Shakil, 32, admitted knowing the bombers – but denied helping them. Waheed Ali and Mohammed Shakil were convicted of conspiring to attend a terrorist training camp in Pakistan.
June Kelly reports.
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