7/7 inquests: Plot ringleader said 'people would pay'

The inquests into the 7 July attacks have heard that the plot's ringleader once said "people would pay for what they had done to Pakistan".

Mohammad Sidique Khan's own brother had also been concerned about the hard-line religious views he was exploring.

But the inquests heard that young people in the Beeston area of Leeds had looked up to Khan because of the quality of his youth work.

June Kelly reports.

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