By Christian Long – March 18, 2020 12:06 am EDT Share 0 Comments 0 The brother of the man responsible for the bombing of Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester, England back in 2017. On Tuesday, Hashem Abedi was found guilty of 22 murders at the Justice Hall in London. According to TMZ, the prosecution argued that Hashem was every bit as guilty of the attacks as his brother, Salman Abedi, who was killed in the attack itself.Abedi had previously tried to distance himself from his brother’s attack, though prosecutors made the case that even though he wasn’t in the UK at the time, the location where the bomb was manufactured was covered in his fingerprints. This was presented as evidence in court proving that he was heavily involved in the research, experimentation and making of the bombs. A month prior to the fatal attack, Abedi returned to Libya. Along with the 22 counts of murder, Abedi was also found guilty of attempted murder and conspiring to cause explosions.The attack occurred on May 17, 2017. Along with the 23 dead, including Salman Abedi, 139 people were wounded, with more than half of them being children. In addition, hundreds more would go… Read full this story
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