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21 July 2005

Three Tube Trains & One London Bus - Part Deux

The Antagonist is proud to present all you need to know about the events in London of 21/7 and which probably won't make the news in many other places:
1545: Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair says the situation is "fully under control". He says there is no indication of chemical or other attack, and that there has been only one casualty - not a fatality.
At the time of writing, and despite proclaiming Sir Ian Blair's categorical statement elsewhere on their web site, the BBC News front page still claims: "London blasts cause Tube chaos".

Yet again the media ignores in its headlines what the Metropolitan Police Commissioner has to say about events in the city he is charged with policing.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

1545: Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair says the situation is "fully under control". He says there is no indication of chemical or other unconventional attack, and that there has been only one casualty - not a fatality. He adds that the blasts appear to have been nearly simultaneous.

Bridget Dunne said...

hi everyone

I can see everyone including me has been really busy on this but I'm finding it really hard to read everything that's been written so sorry if this is duplicated somewhere else on the site

from http://edition.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2005/london.bombing/victims.html

On the bus in Tavistock Square:


Philip Stuart Russell, 28, from Kennington, south London, appears to have only taken the bus after being evacuated from the London Underground on his way to work at JP Morgan, PA quoted his family as saying. His father, Grahame, said his son would normally have got off the subway at Moorgate, but in the unfamiliar surroundings of Euston he took the wrong bus. "I am just trying to mourn and grieve his loss. He's a wonderful kid that was in the wrong place at the wrong time," PA quoted Grahame Russell as saying.


Very hard to imagine how he could have ended up anywhere near Euston. Anyone who looks at the way the London Underground joins up can see how everything links, which in many ways works against the planners of this attack but helps us to investigate.

I think the Kennington clue is really important as it is on the Northern line which was closed early on the morning of the 7/7 and police cars seen around Balham station. The massive police operation around Stockwell Kennington Oval that has appeared as a man hunt is I think to shut people up, they don't want anyone talking. Especially after witnessing an execution. The events on the 21/7 are showing us this.

The Shepherds Bush train was opposite the BBC, the Warren Street train besides UCL hospital (where police swooped after 7/7 and many of the injured were taken) the Oval (the Northern line link) and the BUS at Hackney (telling us and them that the bus was diverted on its route from Hackney Wick and not from Marble Arch). Buses were used to ferry the injured to hospital from Kings Cross on 7/7. This is why there is such panic to get these guys (who have injured or killed precisely no-one).

The other coincidence is that all the lines where the 3 incidents happened on 7/7 were closed for about half an hour before 8.30 that day.

The mortuary was set up in the grounds of Armoury House in the City of London (which also has its own police force The City of London police) and the Royal London Hospital where many of the injured did not recover and was visited by the Queen is on Corporation of London ground.


I hope this helps




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