Three members of a Real IRA gang have been found guilty of masterminding the bomb that
Three members of a Real IRA gang have been found guilty of masterminding the bomb that exploded outside BBC Television Centre in west London in March 2001.Aiden Hulme, his brother Robert and Noel Maguire were found guilty of conspiracy to cause explosions at the Old Bailey in London on Tuesday (8 April). Two other men - James McCormack and John Hannan - pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to plotting to cause explosions. All five of the men were also involved in bomb attacks in Ealing and Birmingham. They were jailed for between 16 and 22 years on Wednesday (9 April).