Event    From 17/4/1999  To 17/4/1999

Brixton nail bomb

Categories: Race Issues, Terrorism, Tragedy

The bomb which injured 48 people, was planted by neo-Nazi bomber David Copeland.

Copeland, who was also responsible for the nail bomb attacks in Brick Lane (24 April) and at the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho (30 April), was sentenced to six concurrent life sentences in June 2000.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Brixton nail bomb

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Brixton bombing

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