Inside the 'Tube bomber's bedroom laboratory': Images and footage reveal the bizarre experiments carried out by Iraqi asylum seeker, 18, who said it 'was his duty to hate Britain' before 'detonating explosive on Parsons Green carriage'

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Footage has emerged of experiments allegedly carried out by an Iraqi asylum seeker who said it 'was his duty to hate Britain' before detonating an explosive on a London Underground train.

A video released by Scotland Yard today showed alleged Parsons Green bomber Ahmed Hassan carrying out experiments to destroy a mobile phone.

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The Old Bailey has heard that Hassan told a charity worker his father was killed in Iraq and the Americans were to blame.

The 18-year-old arrived in Britain in October 2015, two years before he allegedly left 400g of TATP on a Tube train, which partially exploded.

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Barnardo's worker Youseff Habibi told jurors he caught Hassan listening to an Arabic song on YouTube along the lines of 'coming to the slaughter in your own home' when he was living in a children's home in Surrey.

Meanwhile lecturer and mentor Katie Cable got to know Hassan at Brooklands College in Weybridge, Surrey, from April 2016.

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While there, he studied media and was placed with foster parents in Sunbury, the court heard.

Ms Cable told jurors that Hassan had said his parents had been killed. She said: 'I believe Ahmed said his father was blown up and his mother had been shot.'

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Ms Cable said he had talked about Tony Blair and expressed 'anger' at events in Iraq. I believe the anger was very clear. He referred to being angry several times.'

He allegedly told her 'the British' were responsible for his parents' death.

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She told jurors: 'When he first arrived he was probably in the worst state I had ever seen any of our students.

'Incredibly conflicted, frightened, confused, plagued by boredom. Snapping pens, leaving the classroom.'

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But he improved after he was given foster care and by 2017 was doing 'really well', she said. In August 2016, Ms Cable discussed events in Iraq with Hassan in a park.

She said...
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