Three men charged with the bomb plot that led to airports severely restricting carry-on liquids were found guilty Monday of intending to deploy bombs disguised as drinks on trans-Atlantic flights. A British jury convicted Abdulla Ahmed Ali, 28, Tanvir Hussain, 28, and Assad Sarwar, 29 of plotting to detonate home-made liquid bombs on flights leaving London, bound for San Francisco, Toronto, Montreal, Washington, New York, and Chicago. The three were previously convicted of conspiracy to murder. The latest conviction adds that the al Qaeda-linked trio plotted to use their bombs on planes. "This was a particularly complex and daring plot which would have led to a terrible attack resulting in major loss of life," Home Secretary Alan Johnson said.