Daily Telegraph, 4 April 2011
Sunday Times, 3 April 2011
Wall Street Journal Europe, 5 April 2011
UK: Bombers who killed a policeman in Northern Ireland may have used explosives from Libya
Martin Summers, former East European projects officer for the New Economics Foundation and former Bosnian aid worker with CAFOD and Amnesty International joins some dots and places 9/11 within the historical context of international false flag terrorism with reference to Moscow apartment bombings, Northern Ireland, Operation Gladio, London Tube bombings, etc.
On 11 June 2008, by a unanimous verdict of the jury, the Raytheon 9 were found not guilty of three counts of criminal damage at the Raytheon offices, Derry Northern Ireland on 9 August 2006.
Immediately afterwards, the defendants addressed supporters and press outside Belfast’s Laganside Court. Colm Bryce began:
The Raytheon 9 have been aquitted today in Belfast for their action in decommissioning the Raytheon offices in Derry in August 2006. The prosecution could produce not a shred of evidence to counter our case that we had acted to prevent the commission of war crimes during the Lebanon war by the Israeli armed forces using weapons supplied by Raytheon.
We remain proud of the action we took and only wish that we could have done more to disrupt the ‘kill chain’ that Raytheon controls.