posted on Jul, 30 2005 @ 06:27 PM
Im sorry but carrying any form of explosives on the tubes after the previous attacks is terrorism full stop, especially when the 'scare' operation
almost mirrored the original attacks.
Whether they are pawns or not in a operation controlled by who? is a valid and ongoing debate. To Quote a famous and old British legal statement
Ignorance of the Law is no Justification for Defence
They must be punished to the full extent of British Law. Never to be released, 'At Her Majesties Pleasure' meaning the Home Secretary periodically
reviews the case and decides whether or not to release them.
What is worrying though in this case is that recently this power of indefinate detention (the UK differs here massively to the US where multiple
multiple life sentences can be passed) is being challenged by the EU and britains affiliation with it.
I think this may be an interesting political situation to watch especially with the recent EU 'NO' votes when all the dust has settled, it even has
the potentail to decide the future of the UK in Europe, or a another effect of the terrorist attacks.
[edit on 30-7-2005 by MischeviousElf]