The leader of the deadly 2005 London transport bombings left a suicide note for his wife, saying they would be reunited in paradise, a British newspaper reported Saturday.
Mohammed Siddique Khan left the note for his wife Hasina Patel, who was arrested in May on suspicion of knowing what her husband had been planning, The Guardian reported.
Khan and three other suicide bombers blew themselves up aboard three subway trains and a bus on July 7, 2005, killing 52 commuters.
The letter was part of a will Khan left and in it he apologized for lying to Patel.
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