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Later the former coup plotters became part of the Senate or the House of Representatives as part of a peace settlement during informal talks between the government and the right wing rebels, a class that began to emerge in 1986, analysts said.
He named Sir Mark Thatcher, son of ex-Tory prime minister Margaret, as a prime plotter.
One of the alleged plotters, Yassin Omar, lived at the address - 58 Curtis House - and Woolwich Crown Court has heard his fingerprints and those of several other defendants were found there on boxes and bottles of peroxide.
The flat - 58 Curtis House - on the ninth floor of a tower block in New Southgate, north London, was raided by armed police four days after the July 21 plotters allegedly tried to carry out a series of suicide bombings on the London transport system.
Useful extras like plotters and global positioning systems can easily escalate costs to the $20,000 range.
Plotters have to accept vector CAD files or possess some scheme for converting vector files into raster files.
Plotters are output devices capable of drawing CAD diagrams on a very large scale.
As a result of this difference, printers can be assembled at a much lower cost than plotters.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkey's police used water cannons during an operation to detain coup plotters at the airbase in Konya, local sources said.
It was a source of disappointment for the Turkish public not to see the two coup plotters in the courtroom.