Ooh, this is going to rattle a few cages. CCTV images of one of the 21 July bomb suspects apparently fleeing London in a Muslim veil have been shown in court. The jury at Woolwich Crown Court saw footage prosecutors say is Yassin Omar, 26, wearing a black full-length dress and burka with a handbag… Continue reading Disguised in a Burka
They’re just messing with us now. Having a laugh. Seeing how much they can get away with. BBC correspondent Gordon Corera said the plot was thought to involve “some kind of kidnapping – possibly of an individual”. You don’t say! Kidnapping an individual. As opposed to kidnapping, what, a hatstand? Also: Finding evidence to back… Continue reading Terror Kidnapping Plot
Dave Gorman has an interesting story that neatly illustrates the way that the world has changed in the last five years. Whilst taking this picture of Battersea Power Station just after midnight on Saturday night, he was stopped and questioned by police under the Prevention of Terrorism Act. Just for taking a photgraph. (via Bloggerheads)
Just don’t bother Whatever happened to not allowing terrorism to change our lifestyle?
Rachel has written an account of her meeting with Charles Clarke. Sounds like it was pretty productive all in all.
I got a reply to the email I sent to Charles Clarke on Tuesday. Here’s what he said. He said that he immediately regretted the exchange with Rachel’s dad and wrote to him that afternoon inviting both him and Rachel to a meeting. He denies receiving any prior contact from Rachel’s dad which is at… Continue reading Reply From Charles Clarke
Charles Clarke has agreed to meet with Rachel’s dad. Rachel is invited too. I wonder how many letters and emails he received on the matter?
Chicken Yoghurt suggests writing to Charles Clarke in an attempt to get him to answer Rachel’s dad’s question. Why don’t you write to the Home Secretary and ask him why he refuses to hold an public inquiry into the July 7 bombings? It’s a game for all the family and couldn’t be simpler. First you… Continue reading Contacting Charles Clarke
Rachel from North London tells an appalling story of her father’s attempt to ask a simple question of Charles Clarke (who, as well as being the Home Secretary, is also his MP). Clarke took umbrage at the question and accused Rachel’s father of insulting him. Please read the full story as I can’t do it… Continue reading Charles Clarke is a Rude Thug
Rachel from North London sums up what a lot of us are thinking and plugs the new Liberty Central web site.