For Jamaican native, life path led from success to extremism

Ismaiyl was joined be her husband, Herbert John, at a press conference in St. George, Grenada, yesterday
By Farah Stockman and Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / July 22, 2005

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ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada -- In the two weeks since 19-year-old Germaine Lindsay blew himself up in a London subway, taking 26 other lives with him, investigators and loved ones have been left with a central mystery: What led a rising athletic and academic star to become one of Western Europe's first suicide bombers? (Full article: 1626 words)

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