In pictures: Lee Rigby trial evidence

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Adebolajo enters Argos in Lewisham at 13:55 on 21 May 2013
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Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale have been found guilty of murdering soldier Lee Rigby. Evidence seen by the Old Bailey jury included CCTV footage of Adebolajo going to buy the set of kitchen knives they armed themselves with for the attack on 22 May this year.
Adebolajo collecting knife set and sharpener from Argos in Lewisham on 21 May 2013
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Adebolajo also purchased a sharpener. The footage goes on to show him collecting the items.
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One of the knives was recovered by police officers at the scene of the murder near Woolwich barracks.
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Adebolajo and Adebowale crashed into Fusilier Rigby before hacking him to death. Their damaged Vauxhall Tigra car is shown here.
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Another knife was discovered on the passenger seat of the car.
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The killers waited at the scene for police to arrive at the scene after murdering Lee Rigby.
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CCTV footage showed Michael Adebolajo running at police before he was shot.
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Adebowale had also armed himself with an antique pistol.
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In CCTV footage shown in court Adebowale can be seen pointing the gun at police when they arrived at the scene. In fact, there were no bullets in the weapon.
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The men were shot and wounded by the officers. Bullet damage to a nearby wall can be seen in this image.
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The jury was shown a picture of Lee Rigby walking back to his barracks from Woolwich station shortly before he was killed.
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The Army bag carried by Fusilier Rigby was also recovered from the scene and shown in court.
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In a lengthy police interview, Adebolajo said Lee Rigby had been targeted because "he was the soldier that was spotted first". The trial judge, however, said Adebolajo's assertion that he was engaged in a "war" did not amount to a defence in law.