DRAMATIC new footage of terrorist Jermaine Lindsay could soon be released.
The former Rawthorpe High School pupil (pictured) was one of four bombers who caused devastation to London on July 7 2005.
After a lengthy Freedom of Information campaign by the Press Association, police have been ordered to release more footage of the bombers in the hours before the bombings.
The images show the terrorists chatting, putting on rucksacks and buying snacks on their way to blow up Tube trains and a bus in central London.
It will include footage of Lindsay arriving at Luton railway station at 5.07am, waiting for 90 minutes and examining a departure board.
The new footage will also show all four bombers putting on “large and full” rucksacks outside Luton station at 6.49am.
And again at 8.26am at Kings Cross, Lindsay can be seen hugging the others on the concourse close to the Thameslink platform, heading towards the Underground.
Lindsay, 19, was among the four bombers who hailed from West Yorkshire.
Mohammed Siddique Khan, 30, lived in Dewsbury while Shehzad Tanweer and Hasib Hussain were both from Leeds.
Lindsay killed 27 people, including himself, when he detonated his rucksack bomb on a Piccadilly Line Tube train near Russell Square station.
He was one of three bombers who detonated their devices almost simultaneously at 8.50am.
Hussain set off his bomb on a bus in Tavistock Square at 9.47am.
Fifty-two innocent people were killed that day.
The footage will be released after the Information Commissioner overruled objections from Scotland Yard that disclosure could disrupt its investigations, and ordered that seven pieces of footage should be released. The force has 35 days to either appeal or disclose the material.