THE wife of London bomber Germaine Lindsay has condemned the attacks carried out by her husband.

Samantha Lewthwaite, 21, lived with Lindsay and their young son in Northern Road, Aylesbury. Lindsay carried out the bombings on July 7 after meeting up with three other accomplices from West Yorkshire in Luton.

She said: "I totally condemn and am horrified by the atrocities which occu-rred in London."

Miss Lewthwaite said her "world fell apart" after discovering her husband carried out one of the tube attacks.

A car, found at Luton train station where the bombers travelled to London, was traced back to Lindsay.

Bomber's wife's parents in shock

THE parents of London bomber wife Samantha Lewthwaite have offered their condolences to the families of victims killed in the terror attacks.

Andrew and Christine Lewthwaite, who were married in High Wycombe in 1976, said they had "no idea" their daughter's husband Germaine Lindsay was planning to attack the capital.

The couple said: "On behalf of our family we issue this statement to offer condolences to the families of the victims of July 7."

The family said they were shocked to discover Lindsay's role in the bombings.

After marrying, Mr and Mrs Lewthwaite had two children in Aylesbury before moving to Northern Ireland, where Samantha was born.

They described their daughter's husband as a good father and husband.

Mr and Mrs Lewthwaite said: "Germaine had a kind, caring and calming presence about him.

"He was a good and loving husband and a brilliant father who showed absolutely no sign of doing this atrocious crime.

"We, as a family, had no idea of his plans and are as horrified as the rest of the world.

"We are still in shock about the news we've been given and are trying to understand why anyone, never mind Germaine, would do such a thing."

Nigel Lindsay, Germaine's father, is believed to have flown into the country from his home in Jamaica.