Teenager denies planting bucket bomb on Parsons Green tube | The Independent

If you need to be reminded about the bombing at Parsons Green tube station, read the article here.

A teenager has denied planting a homemade bomb which partially exploded on a train at Parsons Green Tube station, injuring 30 people.

Ahmed Hassan Mohammed Ali, 18, was charged with attempted murder and using the chemical compound TATP to cause an explosion that was likely to endanger life.

He allegedly built and placed an improvised explosive device on a train at or close to the west London station.

Hassan, of Cavendish Road, Sunbury, Surrey, appeared [via video link from Belmarsh jail] at the Old Bailey before Mr Justice Haddon-Cave.

[He] spoke only to enter not guilty pleas to both charges before he was remanded in custody for a two-week trial from March 5.

Source: Teenager pleads not guilty to planting bucket bomb on Parsons Green tube

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