From: Elias Davidsson. Reykjavik, Iceland
21 August 2006
To: Lord Bingham of Cornhill; Lord Nicholls of Birkenhead; Lord Hoffman; Lord Hope of Craighead; Lord Scott of Foscote; Lord Rodger of Earlsferry; Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe, Baroness Hale of Richmond and Lord Carswell
House of Lords
My Lord, My Baroness;
I have obtained the Opinions of the Lords of Appeal for Judgement in the Cause A (FC) and Others (FC) (Appellants) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) and X (FC) another (FC) (Appelants) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) on Thursday, 16 December 2004 (Session 2004-05,  UKHL 56). [http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld200405/ldjudgmt/jd041216/a&others.pdf#search=%22indefinite%20detentions%22]
In the collective Opinion, you and your colleagues write that “main facts surrounding [the attacks of 11 September 2001] are too well known to call for recapitulation here.” You then allege that the attacks “were intended to disable the government and commercial power of the United States.” You furthermore allege that the attacks “were committed by terrorists fired by ideological hatred of the United States and willing to sacrifice their own lives in order to injure the leading nation of the western world.” You furthermore allege that Al-Qaeda was “the organisation quickly identified as responsible for the attacks” of September 11.
I wish to respectfully draw your attention, My Lord, to the fact that none of these allegations have been substantiated anywhere. While I appreciate that you might sincerely believe your own allegations, such beliefs remain – unless shown otherwise – nothing but allegations.
As there exists not a shred of evidence supporting the official account on the events of September 11, 2001, and as the Kean-Hamilton Commission has failed to properly investigate these events, the reasoning proffered by the U.K. government for the introduction and enactment of Anti-terrorism laws, is suspect ad initio and may constitute a monumental deception of public opinion.
I submit that the House of Lords bears a moral duty to demand from the British Government authenticated and verifiable evidence that (a) the nineteen persons, whom the FBI has designated as the 9/11 hijackers, actually boarded the passenger aircraft designated as AA11, AA77, UA93 and UA175 on the morning of Sept. 11; that (b) the persons responsible for masterminding or planning the attacks of September 11, 2001, actually dwelt in Afghanistan at the time of the crime; and that (c) any threat to the security of the United States emanated from individuals or organisations in Afghanistan between September 11, 2001 to October 2, 2001.
I intend to post this letter on my website (www.juscogens.org) and would be thankful for any observations you might wish to make to it, and which I would be happy to attach to this letter on my website.