posted on Jul, 29 2005 @ 01:22 AM
Thousands of police officers flood the transit systems in London Thursday. It's a race against time with the sleeper cells still out there, the
chief of police warns. Nine new suspects were arrested and a man connected to the July 7th bombing was caught when he was leaving Zimbabwe. This has
been the largest investigation the metropolitan police have seen since WWII.
LONDON - The police chief warned deadly terror cells could strike any time as thousands of officers flooded the transit system, made more arrests and
grilled suspects Thursday in their biggest investigation ever. Exhausted police faced their greatest challenge since World War II.
With sleeper cells still thought to be active, it's "a race against time," said Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair.
Police nabbed a terror suspect linked to the deadly July 7 bombings after he crossed into Zambia from Zimbabwe, a Zambian official said. Authorities
also arrested nine new suspects in Britain and kept up interrogations of a captured bomber from the July 21 attacks.
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They have 30,000 police officers total. I'm wondering if they have most of them working 7 days a week. I'm sure it takes a lot of people to cover
all areas. How many sleeper cells could be in London? Hopefully not too many.