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Titel: 7/7 Terror/London 2005: Denkmal statt Aufklärung  BeitragVerfasst am: 09.07.2009, 21:41 Uhr
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vom Blog von Mathias Bröckers:

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Vier Jahre nach den Bombenanschlägen von London haben der britische Premier und Prince Charles ein Denkmal für die 52 Opfer enthüllt. Wir sparen uns ein Link, denn den Angehörigen der Opfer ist mit Denkmälern nicht gedient. Sie fordern nach wie vor eine ordentliche Ermittlung der zahlreiche Ungereimtheiten und Lücken, die die offizielle Darstellung der Ereignisse aufweist. Während der oben zitierte Artikel aus der "Daily Mail" diese Probleme zur Sprache bringt, ergeht sich die BBC - in einer neuen Ausgabe ihrer "Conspiracy Files" - weiter in hysterischem Gejaule über "Verschwörungstheoretiker".


Der Bericht der Daily Mail:
Zitat:
Conspiracy fever: As rumours swell that the government staged 7/7, victims' relatives call for a proper inquiry
Today almost four years on, the images of that dreadful morning are etched into our minds: the woman in the haunting white burns mask being helped to safety; the shell-shocked businessman in a suit with his hair and shirt matted with blood; the crippled No 30 bus with its roof blown off; the mangled wreckage of smouldering Tube trains.

The country's worst-ever terrorist atrocity during London's morning rush hour on July 7, 2005, shattered for ever the heady euphoria in which the capital was basking the morning after winning the bid for the 2012 Olympics.

That afternoon, Tony Blair - who was hosting the G8 summit on global poverty in Gleneagles, Scotland - returned to Downing Street to pronounce that the attack was an act in the 'name of Islam'.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... quiry.html


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http://www.prisonplanet.com/bbc-77-docu ... ister.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/c ... 107594.stm

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 10.07.2009, 12:29 Uhr
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Ein Interview mit dem Journalisten Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed - von Dean Puckett:



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Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed discusses the need for a public enquiry into 7/7 the 9/11 commission , state sponsored terror and the nature of the term Conspiracy theory

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 29.04.2010, 23:56 Uhr
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auch nach 5 Jahren mauern die Behörden und verheimlichen Dokumente - selbst den Familien der Opfer gegenüber. Für mich ein weiteres Indiz, dass die Anschläge 7/7 2005 in London noch bei weitem nicht restlos aufgeklärt sind!

Zitat:

7/7 files 'impossible' to access


It would be "impossible" to reveal secret MI5 files about the 7/7 London terror attacks, a court has been told.

The claim has been made at a hearing to decide the format of inquests into the deaths of those killed in 2005.

Lawyers for the families of those who died argue the hearing should also look at whether the intelligence services could have prevented the attacks.

Counsel for the home secretary and MI5 argued examining MI5's involvement was outside the scope of the inquests.

Four suicide bombers detonated their devices on three Tube trains and one bus killing 52 innocent people.

It emerged after the attacks that security agencies came across two of the bombers in 2004 while investigating other terrorist plots.

Developed vetting

But they were not considered to be of sufficient interest to be put under surveillance.

The hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice heard there would be no problem with providing highly sensitive intelligence material to the coroner and counsel to the inquests.

But any jurors could only see the material if they all underwent intrusive "developed vetting" and neither the bereaved families nor their lawyers would be allowed to see it.

Neil Garnham QC, counsel for the home secretary and MI5, said the two official reports about the attacks by the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) - made up of security-cleared MPs - had adequately investigated MI5's involvement.

“ The families want to know why the decisions were taken in the way they were, and to put questions ”
The coroner, Lady Justice Hallett

He added there was "overwhelming" public interest in not having top secret MI5 documents revealed in the hearings.

The coroner, Lady Justice Hallett, asked whether it would be possible to restrict the intelligence material discussed in the inquests to that related to the 7 July attacks.

She said: "The families want to know why the decisions were taken in the way they were, and to put questions."

But Mr Garnham suggested a problem would arise because it was necessary to put the decision not to place the 7 July bombers under surveillance in context of all the other investigations MI5 was carrying out at the time.

He said: "It is difficult to see how that can be done without, metaphorically speaking, handing over the keys to Thames House."

The coroner also revealed she went on the internet to read conspiracy theories about the attacks.

The hearing continues.


Story from BBC NEWS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/e ... 649577.stm

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 30.04.2010, 01:58 Uhr
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Nicht nur unauffindbare Daten, sondern auch bewusste Falschinformation von Parlamentariern wird dem britischen Inlandsgeheimdienst MI5 nun attestiert.

Zitat:

MI5 'misled MPs over 7/7 bombers'

MI5 deceived MPs by claiming London's 7/7 bombers had not been identified before the attacks, a court has heard.

In May 2006 the Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) said security agencies had not identified the men.

But a second ISC report in 2009 said MI5 held records relating to ringleader Mohammad Sidique Khan, the court heard.

The claims were made at a hearing to decide the format of inquests into the deaths of those killed in 2005.

Khan and three other suicide bombers killed themselves and 52 innocent people when they detonated their devices on three Tube trains and one bus.

The coroner, Lady Justice Hallett, is holding a three-day hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice in London to decide what form the inquests - expected to start in October - should take.

Lawyers for the families of those who died argue that they should include a broad-ranging investigation of whether the authorities could have prevented the attacks.

'Incapable of deception'

Patrick O'Connor QC, counsel for four of the bereaved families and 15 survivors, said: "The last time MI5 was accused of deception... the ceiling seemed to fall in, as if MI5 is incapable of deception.

"They aren't, and they deceived the ISC."

He went on: "MI5 left the ISC under this misunderstanding - and therefore the British public - for three years, thinking they had not identified Mohammad Sidique Khan before the 7/7 bombings."

He said the ISC's findings would be "deeply undermined" if MI5 had deliberately misled the committee.

Mr O'Connor strongly criticised MI5's involvement in the 7/7 case, saying the agency demonstrated flaws in its assessment policy, record-keeping and co-operation with other agencies.

Neil Garnham QC, counsel for the home secretary and MI5, urged the coroner not to examine how the security service dealt with the limited information it had about the bombers before the attacks.

He said: "The public interest would, we submit, not be served - in fact would be positively damaged - by attempts in these inquests to reinvestigate the matters that were before the ISC."

Mr Garnham also suggested that national security could be damaged if the inquests attempted to delve deeper into MI5's activities.

The hearing continues.

Story from BBC NEWS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/e ... 646886.stm


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