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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