U.S. authorities blamed for compromising UK probe into alleged jet bomb plot
UK experts say arrest of terror suspect in Pakistan hindered investigation
Jury failed to reach verdicts over claims suspects planned to bomb flights
Prosecutors have until Oct. 3 to decide if they want to retry any of defendants
LONDON, England (CNN) -- UK security experts have blamed U.S. authorities for compromising an investigation into the alleged trans-Atlantic airliner bomb plot.
Assad Sarwar, Tanvir Hussain and Abdulla Ali were convicted of conspiracy to murder.
1 of 2 A former police anti-terror chief and an opposition lawmaker said the arrest of a terror suspect in Pakistan at the behest of the U.S. in August 2006 meant they were forced to move quickly against 20 suspects in Britain before they could gather sufficient evidence.
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