Britain’s worst nail bomber

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec4,2023 #bomber #Britain
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`The explosion was deafening, like a big wind blew out all the windows. My heart clenched in panic and I just stood still,` she recalled the moment at 5:25 p.m. on September 17.

They were two of 48 people injured in the nail bomb attack that day.

London police ordered Brixton authorities to analyze thousands of surveillance camera footage to find the suspect.

Images of the nail bomb attack were recorded by security cameras.

A bomb was found by people in the parking garage on Hanbury Street and immediately reported to the police.

Bangladeshi victims in the neighborhood described the explosion that day sending debris flying four floors high.

After these two bombings, London police searched and compiled CCTV footage from those two attacks and provided images of the mysterious suspect to the media.

Admiral Duncan pub is known as a regular meeting place for the gay community.

`I ordered a drink and thought about the bag, thinking it belonged to someone. I considered the possibility that it could be a bomb, but then dismissed it. No one thinks they are the victim of a

At around 7:00 p.m. on April 30, 1999, a few minutes after the manager’s kick, the bag exploded.

Jonathan was lucky to survive his injuries, but three people died, 26 were seriously burned, and 53 others were injured.

That night, the London police force mobilized a squad with weapons armed to the teeth, storming the apartment not far from the scene.

Britain's worst nail bomber

David Copeland was arrested on charges of carrying out three nail bomb terrorist attacks when he was only 23 years old.

Born in Hampshire, 56 km west of London, David was bullied throughout his childhood, because of his small stature and was nicknamed `Mr. Angry`.

David claimed to have had sadistic dreams since he was 12 years old.

On the night David was arrested, London police officers could not help but be surprised by the young villain when he opened the door and calmly invited them into his bedroom to `visit`.

Copeland’s choice of target, sociologists say, can only be understood in the context of previous decades in which Britain’s `ethnic minorities` were known primarily through space.

Another consulting psychiatrist concluded that Copeland did indeed have a personality disorder but that it was not severe enough for him to avoid a murder charge.

But it seems that not only did he not show remorse for his actions, but he also expressed his desire to commit more crimes.

After the attacks, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair gave a speech condemning David Copeland’s actions at an international conference of Sikhs in Birmingham.

To this day, the terrorist remains in HM Frankland Prison in Durham, more than 400 km north of London.

`He prayed every day and saw practicing as a Muslim as a way to receive forgiveness and change. But his mind was still as crazy as when he first entered,` said a former prisoner in the same cell.

In 2014, after attacking a fellow prisoner, David Copeland was sentenced to an additional 3 years on top of the 6 life sentences he had previously received.

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