posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 04:25 PM
I'm not sure if this has been discused before, but i would like to ask a few question's i have, if anyone is able to help me?
I viewed a video on youtube, which step by step shows you the flaws in the picture.
This is the link to that video
July 7th CCTV Ripped Apart
If you jump to 2.17 ish, this is the anomaly i'm interested in. The guy is clearly behind the 3rd pole down only. Can anyone familiar with video
explain this to me please?
I requested the original and some information from the bbc and this was there response...
Our Home Affairs correspondent, Dominic Casciani, has provided me with the following information which I hope you find helpful. The original
photograph was from Scotland Yard. It was not edited or changed by us other than cropped to fit the space on the page. He adds: “Some people think
that one of the horizontal barrier bars in the background of the scene is cutting through the figure in the white cap and therefore the police made it
up. It's not so. I have seen the full CCTV relating to that image and I was passing through Luton one day on anunrelated story so went to check out
the scene for myself”. You should really approach Scotland Yard for the original photo – though, as I say, the one on the website has simply been
cropped so it would show the same image.
You might be interested in this page too news.bbc.co.uk...
which is our news
story about the discovery and release of Luton CCTV from 28 June 2005. Police established quite a while into the investigation that the bombers had
conducted a "dummy run" about 10 days earlier. One of the images on this page shows exactly the same scene as the 7/7 image from the same CCTV
camera - but on that June day, with three of the four bombers passing the bars at the entrance to Luton station.
We hope you find this helpful. Please note that your request is outside the scope of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (“the Act”) because the
BBC and the other public service broadcasters are covered by the Act only in respect of information held for purposes “other than those of
journalism, art or literature” (see Schedule I, Part VI of the Act). However, on this occasion we’re happy to respond to your request.
Should i believe Dominic Casciani's explanation ?
[edit on 15-8-2008 by slylee]