Saturday, June 04, 2011

7/7 Researcher Tom Secker - On the Edge

16 comments:

gyg3s said...

14.50 minutes in, "pesticides" - can anyone expand/provide a link, please?

Bridget said...

I can only think it's a reference to the J7 submission on the resumption of the Inquests into the 4 where we quoted the JCdM Inquests testimony:

DIC Purser, describes 'brown sludge' as 'not explosives' and only describes this as being only in the bath at Alexandra Grove:

15 Q. Did you go on to tell them that further enquiries had
16 taken you to West Yorkshire, you gave a particular
17 address in Leeds, and you said that that was discovered
18 to be the bomb factory?
19 A. Yes, it was.
20 Q. Did you tell them that examination of that scene was
21 ongoing, but that a brown sludge had been found in the
22 bath? Examination indicated that it was not explosives.
23 Porton Down had indicated that it was not a biological
24 substance but they weren't sure what it was, and had
25 said it might be some kind of insecticide?

Can't recall any other references to pesticides.

Stef said...

Cheers B.

Stef said...

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Gandalf talking to a spaceship

gyg3s said...

"I can only think it's a reference to..." thanks, Bridget.

The Antagonist said...

For those who prefer their Truth to be beamed down from a UFO and featuring Gandalf impersonators...

Nick Kollerstrom in a spaceship

Gandalf talking to a spaceship


Quoting the show's host, "Welcome on board the Rich Planet Starship, broadcasting from somewhere high above the earth."

So the entire show begins with a massive lie, which bodes well for what follows.

Add Kollerstrom into the mix along with the Year of our Muad and....

Stef said...

But wait! There's more...

John Anthony Hill - 7/7 Ripple Effect, The Arrest, Trial & Verdict

John Anthony Hill, also known as Muad'Dib is the producer of the film "7/7 Ripple Effect". The film disputes the official account of the July 7, 2005 London bombings (also known as 7/7), a terrorist attack on public transport in Central London, by four suicide bombers later named as Hasib Hussain, Germaine Lindsay, Shehzad Tanweer, and Mohammad Sidique Khan. The film was first released on the Internet on November 5, 2007, two years after the attacks. Physical copies were also sent to many of the people connected with the attacks. The film implicates the Metropolitan Police and Tony Blair, and claims that the true perpetrators of the attacks were MI5 and/or Mossad, who tricked the four men into travelling to London with rucksacks, in order to provide CCTV footage later to be used as evidence in the investigation of the attacks. It alleges that the four bombers were actually murdered in Canary Wharf, and did not die as suicide bombers in the explosions on the three tube trains and one bus where the attacks took place. John Anthony Hill was arrested in Ireland for the "crime" of sending DVD's of the film to the judge and jury of the first trial of three men: Waheed Ali, 25, Sadeer Saleem, 28, and Mohammed Shakil, 32, who were being tried at Kingston Crown Court, England. Muad'Dib was accused of "attempting to pervert the course of justice", when he sent copies of it to those in charge of delivering a verdict. In this interview, John Anthony Hill will discuss his film, the theories behind the attacks, his arrest and court case. He'll also convey his next plan to challenge the court system. Topics discussed: 7/7 London bombings, presumption of innocence, amicus curiae, Stone of scone, stone of destiny, BBC propaganda machine, legalese, pervert, influence, the judge, the jury, challenge to jurisdiction of sovereignty, lawful, legal, Gods law, the court and more.

Stef said...

Not having endured the podcast, I'm assuming that the 'pervert' in the topic list is a typo but you can never be too sure

The Antagonist said...

Nick Kollerstrom in a spaceship

FEATURING EXCLUSIVE FIBS ABOUT HOW J7 CAME TO BE!!!

CanSpeccy said...

Would anyone be kind enough to inform me whether there was any competent cross examination of the police or other authorities on the missing 88 seconds and the missing 76 seconds in the Luton car park video tape?

Those gaps remind one of the 18 missing minutes of the Nixon tapes.

Also, was there any cross examination of police witnesses about the lack of evidence of chemical residues of explosives? This seems totally bizarre. How could they get away with this?

GC-MS technology can detect a mere few dozen molecules of just about anything.

So were samples of bent metal etc., not taken, were they not tested, were samples if any destroyed?

With a cover up like this, there was no need to call in the Israelis to carry out the crime.

Bridget said...

There was no cross-examination type questioning of any evidence that pointed to the 4 accused being guilty. This was due to the families of the accused being refused funding for representation and objections to them being represented at all in the proceedings. Operation Theseus, the investigation into 7/7 by the Metropolitan Police, was also considered outside the scope of the Inquests. The refusal to hold Inquests into the 4, announced at the end by Justice Hallett, means of course that any so-called evidence goes unchallenged and unquestioned.

There is an urgent need for a fully Independent Public Inquiry outside of the IA05 as the facts just don't stack up in favour of the official CT.

CanSpeccy said...

Bridget,

Re: my questions, thanks for your informed response.

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paul said...

Its a winter patriot production, and he's always been better than most in my book.

craggy said...

That's right, Paul.

This is the first time I've come across him. And I have to say that both his writing and his investigative analysis of this case, and the wider deep-political context, are first rate.

Stef said...

@craggy

thanks, I liked that