Crevice / 7/7 Who's Who by another name
Precious little is being reported from the first trial in three years resulting from Sir Ian Blair's "largest criminal inquiry in English history", ignoring (for now) the testimony from U.S. prison provided by FBI informant and supergrass Mohammad Junaid Babar -- who coincidentally provided 'evidence' in the Crevice trial being, as he once again was, the prosecution's 'star witness' -- and the conclusive proof of guilt provided by undercover surveillance footage of men walking past a kebab shop and a photo of the inside of Omar Khyam's bedsit.
"Reporting restrictions", similar to those decreed while the Operation Crevice trial was underway and which barred publication of information and photographs of the accused, has again been imposed by the State. Consequently, there is a dire lack of coverage of the "7/7 trial", perhaps because if the fullness of the events were to be reported, people's minds would boggle that a prosecution was even being brought against three men sightseeing in London.
So for general edification, research purposes and anyone following the so-called "7/7 trial", here are the handles of various people ensnared by the crack Crevice sting and who also feature in the "7/7 trial" story, even though you might not have known it until now. Courtesy of J7 and S over at Eco Postie:
- "Abdul Haleem / Halim" = Kazi Nurur Rahman
- "Abdul Rahman" = Anthony Garcia
- "Abdul Waheed" = Waheed Mahmood (Also known as Abdul, Esmail or Javed)
- "Ausman" = Omar Khyam
- "Azhar", previously referred to as 'Unidentified male 3' = Azhar Shazad Khan, the brother-in-law of "Ausman" / Omar Khyam.
- "Hamza" = Jawad Akbar (cousin of Nabeel Hussain, found not guilty)
- "Imran" = Zeeshan Siddique
- "Ibrahim" = Mohammed Siddique Khan
- "Khalid" = Salahuddin Amin (tortured in Pakistan with the tacit approval of the British State)