Partner Convicted in Failed July 21 London Bombing Attempt

The partner of the July 21 attempted bomber Hussain Osman has been found guilty of failing to tell police about his plan to attack a London Tube station.

Yeshi Girma, 32, was convicted by an Old Bailey jury of not informing police of Osman's plans for "carnage and mass murder."

She knew of his plot to kill innocent Tube passengers at Shepherd's Bush on July 21, 2005, the Old Bailey heard.

The plot was launched two weeks after the July 7 attacks that killed 52 people, but the bomb had been badly put together and failed to go off.

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