Archive for the Month of August, 2005.
Viewing London Bombing NEWS articles 1 through 9 of 9.
Reviewing these events, 3 key facts about the London attacks seem eerily similar to 9/11
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As Fox News tells it, at the very moment the British police were supposedly looking high and low for Dewsbury resident Haroon Rashid Aswat, pegged as the London bombing “mastermind,” MI-6 was quietly stowing him away for safe keeping. In fact, they were protecting him as an asset, although we should not expect Fox News to admit this “embarrassing” fact
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Some tips - the contradiction between the Transport Police, Metronet and the National Grid. The former two declared there WAS a power surge which "caused the explosions". The latter - the National Grid, DENIED there was ever a power surge. Menezes was a contract electrician. See my point? Where did Menezes work at prior to his murder?
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A NEWLY-established British army anti-terror special forces unit was involved in the operation in which an innocent Brazilian man was shot dead in London last month, a report said overnight.
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Dick Fojut has written Ken Livingstone, mayor of London, and several British publications demanding the police and the Israeli security company Verint release CCTV video footage of the London subway bombings. Of course, the British government will do no such thing, as the United States government refuses (nearly four years later) to release the video footage (taken by a nearby security camera) of the supposed plane hitting the Pentagon.
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The 14th Intelligence Company and SAS (or Special Air Service) have a sordid history, including organizing massacres of republican fighters in Northern Ireland. It should be noted that the SAS officers commanded some of the infamous "pseudo gangs" that terrorized the civilian population in Kenya during the Mau Mau rebellion-in other words, they created fake terrorist groups
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Leaked documents appear to throw new light on the "mistaken" shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes. What is most interesting in the new "official story" is that he was not running trying to evade police, nor was he wearing a heavy jacket as some early "eyewitnesses" stated.
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Police officers and station managers were at odds last night over the existence of crucial CCTV-footage of the shooting of a Brazilian man wrongly suspected of being a suicide bomber.
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Am inquiry has been launched into the leaking of sensitive information on the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes following police pressure on those heading the investigation.
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