7/7 Ripple Effect II - Alex Jones - BBC online - 7/7 Crime & Prejudice - Mail online - Panorama TV -
A couple of weeks later a Brazilian contract electrician is brutally and publicly murdered on a tube train … What had he been working on in the days leading up to 7th July 2005? Jean-Charles de Menezes: Was he hired as part of the terrorist exercise? … Did he see the explosive devices being fastened under the tube train carriage floors and later realised what had really happened and was starting to talk about it? 7/7: Ripple Effect II
London police were later forced to admit that Mr De Menezes never ran from them, wasn’t wearing a heavy coat and that a special army unit had killed him execution style with over ten shots to the head at point blank range. Alex Jones, The Truth About the London Bombings
Government whistleblowers and police have also been suspended and arrested for telling the truth. ibid.
The authorities then conveniently claimed that all the surveillance cameras malfunctioned that morning. ibid.
He half tripped ... They pushed him to the floor and basically unloaded five shots into him. BBC online article 22nd July 2005, ‘I Saw Tube Man Shot’, eye-witness testimony
That the British state can be complicit in murder and get away with it was shown only fifteen days after 7/7 with the murder of Jean Charles de Menezes. Apparently, mistakes and bad luck led the police to wrongly identify Menezes as a suicide bomber. They followed him into a police station and on to a train before pinning him to the floor and shooting him several times. 7/7: Crime & Prejudice
The Metropolitan police were found guilty, but only on health and safety grounds. ibid.
Counter-terrorism officer sues Met over De Menezes ‘cover up’: A Christian counter-terrorism officer involved in the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes is suing Metropolitan Police over allegations that senior officers tried to cover up vital evidence. Mail online article 27th August 2011
On a bright July morning last year a young Brazilian, Jean Charles de Menezes began his journey to work … Jean’s journey was to last just 33 minutes. He headed for Stockwell Underground Station, picked up the newspaper, passed through the barrier and went off down the tube with no idea he’s been targeted. The train was already in the platform and he didn’t and he didn’t want to miss it. Panorama: Stockwell: Countdown to Killing, Peter Taylor reporting, BBC 2006
Cressida Dick was in charge of stopping any potential suicide bomber. ibid.