I'll do the short version and maybe tidy it up later...
A year or so ago a 7/7 'Truth Video' called 7/7 Ripple Effect started appearing on all the usual Conspiraloon internet outlets
I hated it
Whilst it incorporated some solid research into the many weaknesses in the official 7/7 narrative, much of it apparently lifted from J7T, the film also included what I believed to be unsubstantiated speculation presented as fact
I didn't find myself liking the film any more when I discovered that the person behind it was a character who calls himself Muad'dib and who proclaims himself to be the Messiah ...and the Rightful King of England and Israel
Oh dear, yet another White Man with a God Complex
My concerns about 7/7 Ripple Effect turned to outright horror when I heard that Muad'dib was contacting 7/7 researchers and asking them to join in with him in a campaign to send his video to grieving relatives of 7/7 victims
Coincidentally, I also heard that the BBC Production team working on a 'documentary' on 7/7 Conspiracy Theorists was talking with Muad'dib, along with a denier of the Jewish holocaust called Nick Kollestrom.
The fact that wannabee Christ 2.0 Muad'dib had appeared on the 7/7 research scene about five minutes before talking with the BBC was, of course, in no way suspicious
To cut a long story short, everyone who I personally rate in the field of active 7/7 scepticism stuck a finger up to the BBC, Muad'dib and his dodgy little film
All went quiet
Well, I'll cut and paste the post I just put up on the Conspiraloon Alliance blog (J.A. Hill = Muad'dib)...
"Gardai probe mail sent to extradition judges in J.A.H. Case
Sat, 11 Apr 2009 08:35 UTC
Gardai are investigating a series of packages sent to two Irish judges who have dealt with the case of an Englishman fighting extradition to Britain for posting DVDs to a British judge and jury.
The DVD, entitled '7/7 Ripple Effect' claims the 7/7 bombings in London were "an inside job".
High Court judge Mr Justice Michael Peart alerted the authorities after he received seven packages since March 19 last, some of which contained a DVD indicating that they related to the case of Sheffield born Anthony John Hill.
Mr Hill (60) is wanted to stand trial in the United Kingdom for perverting the course of public justice during a criminal trial relating to the 2005 attacks which killed 52 commuters, four suicide bombers and injured 700 others. If convicted Mr Hill, who claims he is the leader of a church known as The Way, faces up to life in prison.
The packages, which were unopened by Judge Peart, were posted from Finland, the US and Qatar. Another judge, who also dealt with Mr Hill's case following his arrest in Ireland on February 10, also received similar material by post.
Judge Peart, who last week ruled that Mr Hill should be extradited to Britain, said in his judgment that he wanted to express his disapproval of the actions of those who sought to send him material in the strongest possible terms and said it was "clearly an attempt" to influence his decision.
Mr Hill is currently in custody in an Irish prison and may appeal his extradition.
The DVDs, copies of which were also sent to five relatives of the victims, were intercepted by officials at Kingston Crown Court during the trial last year of people involved of assisting the 2005 bombings.
The film, widely available on the internet, blames the UK government and security services for the explosions in central London on July 7 2005. The filmmakers say the 7/7 bombers were innocent individuals who were duped into participating in what they thought was a training exercise.
The British authorities claim Mr Hill's fingerprints were found on packages sent from Ireland to the London-based judge and jury foreman in May and June 2008.
Mr Hill's lawyers, at an earlier hearing, requested that Judge Peart view the DVD, but the judge chose not to."
It's possibly worth noting that one of Muad'dib's followers has attempted to cadge 3,500 euros for Muad'dib's bail off the members of a UK 9/11 forum (a site I support in no sense of the word)
It's hard enough trying to increase awareness about the gaping holes in the official 7/7 narrative without having the difficulty of that task compounded by the apparently endless stream of bizarre characters who seem to go out of their way to reinforce the mainstream media's depiction of 'conspiracy theorists' as being nutty as squirrel shit with a boundless capacity to believe the most outrageous bollocks
And if I had 100,000 Euro in gold coins the last place I'd expect to keep hold of it is in the Land of the Little People