EVER since he was overcome by cabin staff and fellow passengers on American Airlines flight 63, it has been questioned why Richard Reid turned from a troublemaker on the streets of London into a terrorist.
RICHARD REID was beginning a life sentence today for attempting to blow up a transatlantic flight.
THE shoe-bomber Richard Reid was tormented by racism and the subject of attacks by neo-Nazi thugs as a youngster, his defence team has claimed.
RICHARD REID, the British man accused of trying to blow up a transatlantic flight with explosives hidden in his shoes, plans to plead guilty to attempted murder and all other charges against him, his lawyer said.
THE Briton accused of trying to blow up a transatlantic flight with explosives hidden in his shoes is to plead guilty to all eight charges against him.
THE two US flight attendants who tackled Richard Reid, the suspected shoe bomber, have revealed that they became suspicious after he refused to eat or drink on the long-haul flight from Paris to Miami.
AS many as 100 passengers left their seats on a transatlantic flight to restrain accused shoebomber Richard Reid as he tried to light the explosives, a flight attendant told a court in the United States.
A PILOT carried British terror suspect Richard Reid’s shoes into his cockpit, unaware they contained explosives meant to destroy the jet, crew members have revealed.
THE alleged shoe bomber Richard Reid made a series of phone calls to the so-called 20th hijacker in the 11 September terrorist attacks on the US when the pair both lived in Britain, it was confirmed yesterday.
THE father of alleged shoe bomber Richard Reid today appealed to the public not to hate his son.
IT WAS a chilly, overcast Paris morning when Tariq Raja, bearded and with a straggly moustache, strolled into Charles de Gaulle airport on the outskirts of Paris to check in on American Airlines Flight 63 to Miami.