We are at war: I am a soldier By Anton La Guardia, Diplomatic Editor and Neil Tweedie The Daily Telegraph (UK), 2 September 2005 Mohammad Sidique Khan, the suspected leader of the July 7 London suicide bombers, vowed in a … Read more . . .
http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/crime/article305547.ece London bombings: the truth emergesBy Jason Bennetto and Ian Herbert13 August 2005 The suicide cell that killed 52 people on 7 July is not linked to those alleged to be behind the second London attacks on 21 July, according … Read more . . .
7/7 Mock Terror Drill: What Relationship to the Real Time Terror Attacks? A fictional “scenario” of multiple bomb attacks on London’s underground took place at exactly the same time as the bomb attack on July 7, 2005. The following text … Read more . . .
Note: "The policeman said ‘mind that hole, that’s where the bomb was’. The metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train. They seem to think the bomb was left in a bag, but I don’t remember anybody being where the bomb was, or any bag," he said.
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4678837.stm Last updated Monday 18. July 2005, BBC News World Edition Suicide bombers’ ‘ordinary’ lives Four young men were killed in last Thursday’s bomb blasts in London. Initially they would have been treated as victims, but police have now confirmed … Read more . . .
EXCLUSIVE: WAS IT SUICIDE? UK Mirror | July 16, 2005By Jeff Edwards Why did they buy return train tickets to Luton? Why did they buy pay & display tickets for cars? Why were there no usual shouts of ‘Allah Akhbar’? … Read more . . .
Suicide theory thrown in doubt UK Herald-Sun | July 18, 2005 BRITISH police are considering the possibility that the four key suspects in last week’s London attacks may have been tricked into setting off their bombs, a British newspaper has … Read more . . .
Mastermind of Madrid is key figure Nick Fielding and Gareth Walsh, The Sunday Times, London, 10 July 2005 Top Suspect THE terrorist believed to have organised last year’s Madrid train attacks is emerging as a figure in the hunt for … Read more . . .
BBC News, 12 July, 2005, 09:04 GMT 10:04 UK Tube log shows initial confusion Police have released the first pictures of the train at Aldgate A log of events released by London Underground (LU) to the BBC shows … Read more . . .
Note in the following article that the Conservative leader, Mr. Howard, did not call for inquiry into "what happened on July 7" but on what went wrong "before" that date. It appears that nobody wants an inquiry into what actually happened during that day. This disinterest echoes the refusal of the U.S. government to allow an inquiry into the events of September 11, 2001. The first inquiry (by a Congressional Committee) was asked to limit its inquiry into "what went wrong" before the attacks. No proper criminal investigation of 9/11 took place at all.
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New York Times July 12, 2005 Military-Quality Explosives Suspected in London Blasts By DON VAN NATTA Jr. and ELAINE SCIOLINO LONDON, July 11 – British investigators believe that the 10-pound bombs used in the coordinated terrorist attacks here contained "military … Read more . . .
By 12 July, no major media reported the interview below except Al-Jazeera under the label "conspiracy theory". Neither BBC5, nor ITN or Visor Consultants, denied that the interview had taken place or provided any explanation for this bizarre "coincidence".
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Friday, February 11, 2005 Lynne Stewart Convicted of Collusion with CIA Created Terrorists By Kurt Nimmo The following sends a message on the heels of Ward Churchill’s timely persecution: the attorney Lynne Stewart was convicted yesterday “of helping the mastermind … Read more . . .