Liquid Bomb “Terror Plot” Collapses In Court

Liquid Bomb “Terror Plot” Collapses In Court

Paul Joseph Watson - Prison Planet - September 9, 2008

The much vaunted liquid bomb “terror plot” that provoked paranoid airport security measures, an overnight change in baggage procedures, and at one point led to mothers having to drink their own breast milk, completely collapsed yesterday in court after the alleged ringleader was completely acquitted and none of the other suspects were charged with conspiracy to blow up an airliner.

“Seven men admitted plotting to cause a public nuisance. An eighth man was cleared at Woolwich Crown Court,” reports the BBC.

“But after more than 50 hours of deliberations, the jury did not find any of the defendants guilty of conspiring to target aircraft.”

“Mohammad Gulzar, 27, who Scotland Yard accused of being a ringleader in the plot, was cleared of all offenses,” adds the Register.


Sources: August terror plot is a 'fiction' underscoring police failures

The British Crown

The British Crown Prosecution Service are seeking a retrial of the 7 defendants on every charge the jury failed to agree on. It seems their 'war on terror' is being threatened.

Jury sinks propaganda stunt.

Perhaps the authorities will ban trial by jury after this embarrassment, we the public seem to be aflicted with an odd disorder called integrity. This could be why the politicians have so far been unable to recognise it.

why is it...

.....paul joseph watson, along with the rest of infowars, seems to believe that the only wrongdoers in the world are the government, whether that be US or OK, or wherever ? these people on trial are terrorists, end of story - Watson seems to be supporting their innocence ?

Seriously, people must realise Infowars pump more propaganda than the mainstream media ? its 'news' is contrived with rewording the facts to make an interesting 'anti-government' story - although, as we see in the mainstream, these stories make money.....

I'd be interested to see if im alone with these thoughts ?

Quote from LONDON (Reuters)

While some of the men were waiting for new passports, the prosecution presented no evidence that a viable bomb had been made, no airline tickets had been bought and there was little to indicate that an attack was imminent