Monday, December 17, 2007
IRISH ON TRIAL FOR EXPOLSIVES—they like to plant bombs in London, the bastards
PICTURED: Police surround Bow Street Court for the hearing, just in case some more Irish people decide to plant some more freaking bombs.
14th March 1973
One of the biggest security operation sever known in Britain was mounted on Tuesday (13-3-73), when ten people appeared in court in connection with the London bomb blasts. When the accused arrived at London’s Bow Street Court, they had an escort of fifty-one policemen. Another fifty surrounded the court as inside, the then – all from Northern Ireland, and including three girls – were charged with conspiring to cause explosions. Armed detectives mingled with onlookers in the street. Everyone entering the building was searched by police.