Thursday, December 1 2022


The Manchester Arena bombing investigation resumes today with awaited evidence on the experiences of three of the 22 victims of the terrorist attack.

This morning, the investigation was to hear two experts in “shock waves”, Professor Anthony Bull and Colonel Peter Mahoney, who will testify to the detonation of the bomb and its effects.

Testimonies will follow on the “experience” of three of the 22 victims of the attack: Angelika and Marcin Klis, and Courtney Boyle.

It will include the care they received the night of the attack

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The terrorist attack of May 22, 2017 left 22 dead and hundreds injured.

Suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a device in a backpack at 10:31 p.m. as spectators left an Ariana Grande concert on site.

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Abedi’s brother Hashem Abedi is serving at least 55 years behind bars for helping his brother prepare for the attack.

The Manchester Evening News will provide live updates below.

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