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06 May 2007

Any answers?

No answers, but certainly a lot of questions even though Jonathan Dimbleby doesn't like them, as demonstrated by his defence of well documented examples of British State terrorism in Ireland. Enter stage right, Jonathan Evans, the new head of MI5 who cut his State-terror teeth just across the water.

Thanks to Postman for picking up the call to Radio 4 that the best efforts of the BBC didn't manage to screen and prevent from airing, and to Stef for putting words and pictures together.

Tom Griffin ties it all together with a few pertinent points about the Inquiries Act 2005, State terrorism in Ireland and the renewed calls by various groups for a public inquiry into 7/7.

Meanwhile, the media consensus manipulation machine, in collusion with individuals, groups and organisations, complete with kow-towing bloggers-a-plenty -- shame on them one and all -- are still calling for a public inquiry into the events of 7th July 2005, while either ignoring, being ignorant of, or simply refusing to address, the issue of the flawed, limiting and inadequate legislative framework imposed by the Inquiries Act 2005, despite the best and continuing efforts of J7: The July 7th Truth Campaign.

Once again, under the Inquiries Act 2005, there can be no such thing as an 'independent' or 'public' inquiry so all the combined forces calling for one and who refuse to acknowledge the Inquiries Act 2005 are, without any shadow of a doubt, wasting their, and everyone else's time.

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