posted on Apr, 5 2015 @ 03:54 PM
When Jean was shot the story didn't make any sense at all. You don't slowly pump several bullets into the back of a mans head just because you thought
he was possibly your target. Unless your intention is to create ever more anti constabulary feeling.
It has always been uncertain who the killers actually were.
"Not the police
The finger of accusation points at the Army’s new Special Reconnaissance Regiment set up in April of 2005, only months before the London bombings.
The group responsible appears to be above the law, in that they do not have to answer to anyone:
‘This take-out is the signature of a special forces operation. It is not the way the police usually do things…. this has special forces written
all over it.’” According to security sources, SRR personnel were involved in the tailing operation that saw de Menezes leave the block of flats,
board a bus, and then enter the tube station at Stockwell. SRR personnel are also believed to have been on the tube train when he was shot. (Sunday
The Times commented on the type of gun which one of the agents was seen with: ‘the Heckler & Kock G3K rifle was a weapon only used by Special Forces
and SAS/SBS’ it explained – not by the SO19, the ‘Special Operations’ anti-terror branch of the Met. People commented that the much-feared
dum-dum bullets used could not have been available to SO19 armed police, being illegal in mainland UK police operations.
One felt that the Met much desired to be allowed to deny they had any role in the killing – but they just could not, they had to shoulder the
I'm looking at this in an entirely new light now because of the obvious anti-constabulary stance taken by the spook controlled mainstream media.
Was this outrageous public murder another way to poison our minds against our constables?
edit on 5 4 2015 by Kester because: