53 innocent victims were killed on July 7 2005
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7/7 inquests draw to a close

The inquests into the deaths of those killed in the 7 July attacks in London six years ago have drawn to a close.

Thursday was the 73rd day of evidence into the deaths of 52 innocent victims killed by fundamentalist Mohammed Sidique Khan and three accomplices on London's transport network.

There will be a wait before verdicts, with two days set aside for legal argument on 10 and 11 March. The coroner will then retire.

June Kelly reports from the Royal Courts of Justice.

  • 03 Mar 2011