A LONDON bomb suspect captured by police after fleeing to Rome was “shopped” by his brother, it emerged last night. Hussain Osman, 27 – accused of being the Shepherd’s Bush bomber – offered no resistance after police used keys handed to them by his brother Ramzi. They found the fugitive Osman calmly sitting on the sofa when they burst into the flat. Incredibly, he insisted when quizzed by detectives that the failed suicide bombings on July 21 were “just meant to be a big demonstration”. Explaining the background to the arrest, an Italian police source said: “We convinced Ramzi that it would be better for him to co-operate. So he told us that his brother was in the flat and he gave us the keys. He also told us Hussain was unarmed and had no explosives. Full Story
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