So what’s his Muslim name…..?
Pictured: Moment ‘ISIS inspired’ student, 20, ‘left ball-bearing bomb in a rucksack propped against a seat on a London Tube train before casually walking away to attend a lecture’
- Devon student Damon Smith made bomb left on Tube on October 20 last year
- Device attached to £2 Tesco clock timed to go off on Jubilee Line in Greenwich
- Chilling CCTV footage shows him calmly get off train before going to university
- Smith had interest in Islam and pictures of extremists including Paris terrorist
Chilling footage shows the moment that an ‘ISIS inspired’ student from Devon allegedly left a ball bearing bomb on a Tube train in London.
Damon Smith, 20, allegedly packed a rucksack with explosives and ball-bearing shrapnel attached to a £2 Tesco clock timed to go off on the Jubilee Line.
Smith allegedly left the bomb on a carriage before changing his clothes and going to a university lecture, on October 20 last year, the Old Bailey heard.
CCTV shows him taking the rucksack off his shoulder and possibly putting the batteries in the device, then getting on the Tube on a Jubilee line platform.
Four minutes later he is seen getting off the train at London Bridge without the bag, which contains the homemade bomb and is propped against a seat by the door.