Call for public inquiry into 7/7 from former head of counter-terrorism

Call for public inquiry into 7/7 from former head of counter-terrorism
June 20, 2009 - Sean O’Neill, Crime and Security Editor

An independent public inquiry should be held into how suicide terrorists were able to carry out the July 7 bombings, Scotland Yard’s former head of counter-terrorism says.

Andy Hayman, who was Assistant Commissioner for Special Operations at the time of the bombings in 2005, is the first figure from the security establishment to break ranks and call for an open inquiry.


Philip Zelikow to the rescue!

AFAIK, his career never progressed to making Hollywood movies. So, I'm figuring he's still available!

7/7 terror drills suddenly went live.

These were the notorious terror drills which turned into the real thing as real bombs went off in the same locations and at the same times as has been planned for the mock bombings of the exercise. The exercise was being run by a private security company and their spokesman afterwards refused to identify who had employed them to run the exercise.

More background here:

And the very bombing scenario...

... had been envisaged in a BBC program almost a year before the attacks.

"a bolt from nowhere"?

"'In his book, Mr Hayman paints a vivid picture from inside Scotland Yard of the day the bombers struck and admits that the attacks were “a bolt from nowhere'."

“On the altar of God, I swear eternal hostility against all forms of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson

Dig deeper

Whilst it's nice to see MSM coverage, I can't imagine that anything sufficiently deep, detailed and thus damaging will be revealed without either a great fight, or the passing of many years. To quote one of the commenters:

'"No public inquiry because it will expose a false flag operation - how can the government investigate this without exposing its own complicity?"

phil, cape town, sa'

The London Times is taking part in a shell game. Digging deeper than its article does reveals multiple holes in the official narrative:

Here's some damning data from a survivor: "The policeman said 'mind that hole, that's where the bomb was'. The metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train. They seem to think the bomb was left in a bag, but I don't remember anybody being where the bomb was, or any bag," he said.

Kvetching, Brit-style

Yes, it looks like the Times is going through the motions of wringing its hands while laying the groundwork for 'negligence,' 'incompetence' etc. (it's worked worked so well for the Yanks, why not?!). Note that in their very wording, they cannot allow room for the slightest doubt that these attacks were indeed, per the official story, carried out by 'suicide terrorists.'