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Topic - Christian White
A British government official says both suspects in the brutal killing of a solider were part of previous security services investigations for possible terror links.
"It's hateful, it's horrific and upsetting. But it doesn't seem to have made much of a difference," Christian White, 43, said at King's Cross station, close to the site of a subway bomb in July 2005. "Londoners are used to living in a city where life is complicated."