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First Proper Proof of Possible London Bombing Conspiracy?

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posted on Jul, 27 2005 @ 06:00 PM

Originally posted by Roy Robinson Stewart

We need to see photographs of the train carriage blast holes.

One was shown on Sky News today.

posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 03:16 AM

Originally posted by tommyc
Up until now we have had various theories banded about, so how about some proof?

The London terrorists bought a pay and display parking ticket for their car that was parked at Luton railway station.

For those in the US, this is a system whereby you park your car, and then walk to a machine to buy a ticket for however many hours you want to park. You then go back to your car and place the ticket inside the window where it can be seen.

Why would suicide bombers bother to buy a ticket for a car they were never going to return too?

[edit on 15-7-2005 by tommyc]

Who want to be caught in the last minutes/hours before there attack

posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 03:57 AM

Originally posted by GlobalDisorder
Maybe they bought a car parking ticket, and return train ticket so that when investigations were looking into the people on train, thye didnt stand out toooooo much?

That goes against every possible motive of terrorism. The whole idea of terrorism is to promote terror, to be remembered for it, and to be feared for it. They would not do this sort of thing as terrorists and especially not as suicide bombers, if they are dead then it dosent matter if they stand out, infact they want to stand out even more, because they cant be caught.

posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 05:13 AM
This is rather interesting but not surprising if proven to be factual. Even so, the masquerade will continue as usual.

n Italy, authorities were pursuing contacts linked to Osman Hussain , 27, who was arrested in Rome on Friday and is suspected of trying to bomb the Shepherd's Bush subway station in west London.

Police have discovered that Hussain called Saudi Arabia hours before his arrest, the Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported. The Sunday Times said another bombing suspect — Ethiopian-born Briton Muktar Said Ibrahim, 27 — took a monthlong trip to Saudi Arabia in 2003, telling friends he was to undergo training there.

posted on Aug, 5 2008 @ 02:59 PM

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