UK Reflects After Bombing Verdict, Bin Laden's Death

The coroner investigating the deaths of the victims of the bomb attacks in London on July 7, 2005, ruled on Friday that the 52 people who died were unlawfully killed by four British Muslim men who were inspired by Osama bin Laden. The coincidence of the verdict and the recent killing of bin Laden has led to some reflection in Britain about the four attacks on London's transport system that day. Vicki Barker reports.