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The London 7/7 Bombings: A Murder Investigation

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 Five years after the event, we have a judgement from Britain’s High Court:

  • The 7/7 killings were ‘unlawful.’  Uh-huh.
  • Nobody was to blame, except the wicked Four who are dead.
  • A public enquiry into 7/7 would not be a good idea.
  • There is no need for an Inquest into the Four alleged perpetrators.
  • No ‘conspiracy’ would have been possible

We should here remind ourselves, as to the proper purpose of an inquest.

An inquest is meant to come to a judgement concerning cause of death.

In the very strange circumstances of the 7/7 Inquest, Lady Justice Hallett could not do this because no post-portems had been performed upon the 52 dead bodies. continue reading…

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                    The Inquest heard about three simultaneous underground bomb attacks that were rehearsed in a police terror drill –  one week before the three simultaneous underground bomb attacks actually took place, on July 7th, 2005. Was that just a coincidence? Here’s what they said:

The Inquest hears about the Met’s terror drill called, ‘Hanover’ (July 1-2, 2005)

Q. We know from the documents which have been disclosed to us in these proceedings, and indeed which are in the public domain, that on 1 and 2 July 2005, Metropolitan Police officers from your Anti-terrorist Branch conducted a table-top training exercise which had at its core an attack on the London Underground. continue reading…

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Daniel Obachike has been claiming for the last four years that he was on the 30 bus in Tavistock Square when it blew up – and he wrote his book The 4th Bomb about it. But, many have been sceptical. His claim has now been vindicated by the Inquest putting him on the lower deck of that bus. See here  how seat number 6 has ‘Daniel Michael Adigwe’ sitting there, that’s his real name. continue reading…

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The pantomime season began early this year when a brand new stage production, called the “7/7 INQUEST”, opened at the Royal Courts of Justice. On the afternoon of the 14th of October, a rather plaintive cry of “what do we turn to next, Detective Inspector? “, was heard all around the auditorium, as the normally dependable and confident character-actor, Crown Barrister Hugo Keith, was left bereft of what to do, or say.

Both Hugo, and Detective Inspector Kindness, of Scotland Yard’s Counter-Terrorism Branch, had just spent a great deal of time tracing the progress of the innocent Hasib on CCTV footage through the streets outside King’s Cross Station. Finally, D.I. Kindness announced that they had now reached the last image of Hasib ever recorded. But the trouble was, the young man was no nearer to Tavistock Square – his alleged final destination – at the end of this sequence of digital images, than he was at the beginning. In fact, by walking along the Grays Inn Road he was moving further away than ever! continue reading…

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Irishman William Walshe was sitting right next to where Tanweer supposedly detonated the bomb, but oddly enough the Inquest has not asked for his testimony.

Shehzad  Tanweer had his rucksack on the floor, standing in the Aldgate tube train, the Inquest heard, by the corner of the second set of double doors though no-one saw him there. He then blew up into about fifty pieces – supposedly DNA-checked! So, how did William Walshe fare, sitting in the seat right next to where the ‘bomb’ went off? continue reading…

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Staggering new evidence has emerged from the Inquest, demonstrating that two or maybe three major holes were blown in the floor of the Edgware road coach – and that each one had a man fall into it. Two of those men gave testimonies which we  look at here, while the third slowly died after falling into the hole.

Clear maps provided by the police of the coach, enble us to locate them.

None of these holes are compatible with the alleged position of the suicide bomber. Indeed, we may doubt whether a suicide bomber sitting down with the rucksack on his lap, would make a hole in the floor at all. The holes we shall here examine, are some distance away from the seat where the bomber (‘Khan’) supposedly sat, spaced around the first and second set of double doors. continue reading…

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The Inquest Begins

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Lady Justice Hallett

On 6th October, the ‘July 7th Truth Campaign’ submitted a weighty, twelve-part contribution to the forthcoming Inquest. On its first day – October 11th, at the Royal Courts of Justice – this was acknowledged. Before Lady Justice Hallett, the barrister Mr Keith said:

One particular campaigning group has  submitted voluminous submissions to the Inquest team, and the submissions reflect long-held views expressed on the website, that website, to the effect that there are a large number of anomalies that merit detailed attention. We consider it important that such claims are identified and addressed.

Five years after the event, a no-jury pre-fixed Inquest finally begins. An Inquest is supposed to answer basic questions about the deaths: who, how, when and where? But, in this case no legal representatives from the families of the four accused will be allowed. But, they died too did they not? Their absence from this trial, means that it will only be concerned to ascertain the causes of death of the 52 who died on that morning in a pre-ordained manner. continue reading…

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