Plotter's wife convicted
The wife of Hussain Osman has been convicted for failing to tell police about his plan to bomb a tube train
If the plot had succeeded, 3 tube trains and a bus would have been destroyed
The Old Bailey heard Yeshi Girma, 32, of Stockwell, south London, knew of her husband Hussain Osman's plot to set off a bomb at Shepherd's Bush in July 2005.
Osman and three other men were jailed for life for the failed attacks.
Girma's brother Esayas, her sister Mulumebet and her boyfriend Mohamed Kabashi were all convicted of aiding Osman after the attempted attack.
Prosecutor Max Hill said Yeshi Girma had known before the attacks what her husband planned.
"She had some information about what the bombers intended to do on 21/7, but failed to bring this to the attention of the police," he told the jury.
Detectives say as well as assisting with the escape plan, Yeshi Girma removed and destroyed evidence from the couple's south London home.
Mr Hill also told the trial that she could have been in no doubt about her husband's intentions.
She knew he had earlier taken their son to a Lake District terrorism training camp, the trial heard."Had the bombers successfully and completely detonated the bombs, there would have been carnage and mass murder," Mr Hill told the jury.
"It follows that armed with that prior knowledge of what was going to happen, Yeshi Girma could have attempted to prevent the attacks."
Osman, along with Muktar Said Ibrahim, Yassin Omar and Ramzi Mohammed, attempted to detonate rucksack bombs on three Tube trains and a bus on 21 July 2005.
They were jailed for life for conspiracy to murder in July 2007. A fifth man, Manfo Kwaku Asiedu, was later jailed for 33 years after admitting conspiracy to cause explosions.