FOUR major media organisations face paying damages to a London council worker after wrongly identifying her as a suspect in the alleged terror bomb plot to blow up passenger planes.
ITV News, the Sun, the Daily Mirror and Daily Mail wrongly pictured 24-year-old Koser Zaman as a suspect in the plot.
They mistakingly identified her as Cossor Ali who was arrested and later charged in the investigation.
Despite issuing apologies, Ms Zaman’s lawyers said their client would be seeking damages.
“Our client is appalled that this serious mistake has been made in so many different media outlets,” said a spokeswoman from legal firm David Price who are representing Ms Zaman.
“She wants to make it quite clear that she strongly disagrees with terrorism.”