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  • In the so-called Crevice trial that ended in 2007, five men of Pakistani origin were sentenced to life imprisonment for their roles in a plot that the prosecution said involved the hoarding of 1,300 pounds of ammonium nitrate to make bombs, a plot to smuggle detonators into Britain in bottles of shampoo and shaving cream, and plans to set off explosions in shopping centers, nightclubs, and synagogues.

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  • In the so-called Crevice trial that ended in 2007, five men of Pakistani origin were sentenced to life in prison for their roles in a plot that the prosecution said involved the hoarding of 1,300 pounds of ammonium nitrate to make bombs, a plot to smuggle detonators into Britain in bottles of shampoo and shaving cream, and plans to set off explosions in shopping centers, nightclubs and synagogues.

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  • Newsweek Report 13/2/06 - London Intel: Into the 'Crevice'

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  • And if current trials such as Crevice will be compromised by a 7/7 enquiry and we needs must wait until they have been finished, so be it.

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  • Impact Theatre also receives $5,000 for the November premiere of "Crevice" by

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  • Crevice corrosion is also a likely scenario, but that also requires particular electrolytes.

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  • Crevice corrosion is also a likely scenario, but that also requires particular electrolytes.

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  • This was as true for the London Underground bombers and Crevice plotters and for those who recently conspired to blast the New York City subway.

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  • This was as true for the London Underground bombers and Crevice plotters and for those who recently conspired to blast the New York City subway.

    Scott Atran: Understanding How the Privileged Become Violent Fanatics

  • One of those called was a Briton named Omar Khyam, who is now serving a life sentence for his role in a plot to attack soft targets in Britain using homemade explosives, as exposed by an investigation known as “Operation Crevice.”

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