Saturday, November 27, 2010

The Extraordinary Travails of the Man who Sent a DVD to Court

A MAN IS NOW IMPRISONED IN LONDON 
FOR REVEALING INCONVENIENT TRUTHS 
THAT THE COURT REFUSED TO EVEN REVIEW

The so-called "bombers" could not have reached King's Cross because the train connection to get them there at the correct time had been canceled.  
Interviews by Dr. JAMES FETZER:

Wed, June 24, 2009
Interview with Muad'Dib:
7/7 Ripple Effect
Exposing the "false flag" London attack
     



Friday, July 17, 2009
Muad'Dib / Declan & Lola Heavey
"7/7 Ripple Effect" / religionandmorality.net
     

Authorities refuse to look at the DVD...
Friday, December 4, 2009 Nicholas Kollerstrom 9/11, 7/7, and more
     

Friday, December 25, 2009
Rory Ridley-Duff
7/7 London Attacks: Fact or Fiction?
     

One small voice ...with great knowledge....Alia in Dune
Friday, January 22, 2010
Nicholas Kollerstrom
1994 False Flag Attacks in London
     

No home-made backpack bomb could cause the undercarriage to be forced UP through the floor--a characteristic of a bomb planted under the train's floor.  This placement provided force needed to overturn the car--which occurred.


Friday, November 5, 2010
Nickolas Kollerstrom
Formal inquiry into 7/7
     

"Bus bomber" identified though photo (left) July 7, show he wore blue pants and a blue shirt, not the colors described by the "witness" who identified him....Maud'Dib's DVD should be watched by everyone to understand how government "false flag" operations bring the public into control, through fear, to support their policies.

"This combination photo shows two handout images released by the Metropolitan Police on July 14, 2005. On the right is a CCTV image of Hasib Hussain seen at Luton station on July 7, 2005 and on the left is a headshot of Hasib Hussain from his driving licence. Hussain was on the No 30 bus in London which exploded on July 7, 2005 killing at least 13 people. Police found his driving licence and cash cards after searching the wrecked bus. At least 53 people were killed and 700 injured during morning rush hour terrorist attacks which were targeted at London's transport links with 3 bombs exploding on underground trains and one on a bus on July 7..."    
-- from Life Magazine, July 2005.



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