BRITISH police and prosecutors were locked in crisis meetings last night after a jury rejected what they believed to be the strongest terrorism case ever presented to a court.
At the end of a pound stg. 10million ($21.7million) investigation and trial lasting more than two years, jurors found three men guilty of conspiracy to murder in a terrorist bombing campaign, but could not find enough evidence to convict them of a plot to blow up trans-Atlantic airliners. >>>>>
It is common for prosecutors to stack charges of varied kinds in order to get some conviction. Expect this one to go to an appellate process.