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London 7/7 deaths ruled unlawful killings

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posted on May, 7 2011 @ 12:19 PM
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London 7/7 deaths ruled unlawful killings


uk.news.yahoo.com

The 52 victims of the London suicide bombings six years ago were unlawfully killed, a coroner has formally ruled.

The verdicts, after a five and a half month inquest into the worst peacetime attacks on British soil, came in a week that the United States said it had killed Osama bin Laden and Metropolitan Police chief Paul Stephenson warned that another attack against Britain could come at any time.

The coroner, Justice Heather Hallett, is also expected to make several recommendations for preventing deaths in any future such incident.

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posted on May, 7 2011 @ 12:19 PM
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Unlawful killings? Yes that's true. It was unlawful of MI5 and Mossad to kill those people in London. That's who did it. Not the 4 muslims they sent there as bait to take the fall for this. If you watch an amateur documentary called 7/7 Ripple Effect it points the blame accurately at MI5 and Mossad. It's too obvious this was a false flag. They did the same sh*t for 9/11.......'Let's have a plan and a drill that has exactly the same scenario. None of the sheeple will guess it was us'

Duh!!

You can watch the documentary and or download it here. mtrial.org...

Bloody Rothschild controlled governments. They are the terrorists!!

uk.news.yahoo.com
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posted on May, 7 2011 @ 12:25 PM
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As opposed to a lawful killing.



posted on May, 7 2011 @ 12:46 PM
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Wow geniuses took this long to figure out a no-brainer like that.. Truly bloody amazing..



posted on May, 7 2011 @ 04:13 PM
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My Hubby was MOD back then. He worked in a large military building in Russell Square. The morning of 7/7, the police were in their building doing some "training". This was not a normal or regular thing.

As son as the call came through they all put their jackets on and trooped out down to the square. They then set the building up as a makeshift morgue.

Lots of things were odd or wrong about 7/7. as a born and bred Londoner, the choice of stations was strange. There were busier/ more symbolic stations to choose.

Has anyone identified why those particular stations/areas were picked?



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 11:04 AM
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And what exactally has this inquiry acheived?
Anyone could have told them the killings were unlawful,but oh no lets spend millions of tax payers money on an Inquiry which will change nothing.
Sad or what?



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 04:16 PM
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Metropolitan Police chief Paul Stephenson warned that another attack against Britain could come at any time.


There hasn't been a single similar incident since 7/7, or any incident of terrorism on such a profound scale. Are these terrorists just taking their time? or do these desert-dwellers really have the means to carry out such attacks?

Similarly, 9/11 - If Al-Qaeda can highjack 3 planes and perform such an operation, why nothing. Why absolutely nothing since?

Our countries are not at risk, and people continue to give their freedom away in the name of security.

And what's disturbing is this:-

In an interview, John Loftus; a terrorism expert and a former prosecutor for the Justice Department had this to say:-


LOFTUS: This is the guy, and what's really embarrassing is that the entire British police are out chasing him, and one wing of the British government, MI6 or the British Secret Service, has been hiding him. And this has been a real source of contention between the CIA, the Justice Department, and Britain.


(I think I may have seen that on "The Ripple Effect" - a documentary that highlights some interesting points.

7/7

-NeverForget



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