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03/10/11: New 7/7 Video released by Tom Secker: 7/7: Crime and Prejudice
03/06/11: J7 announce the launch of the Official blog of the Free Mohammed Campaign.
21/03/11: J7 publish our Submission to the Inquests regarding resumption of the inquests into the four.
29/10/10: J7 publish 7/7 Inquests transcripts as searchable, print-friendly PDFs.
16/10/10: J7 launch the dedicated new J7: 7/7 Inquests Blog for latest Inquests news and analysis.
07/10/10: J7 publish our Submissions to the 7 July Inquests, a series of documents compiled following Lady Justice Hallett's decision to accept submissions suggesting questions and lines of inquiry for the Inquests.
10/08/10: A new film 7/7: Seeds of Deconstruction has been released that places 7/7 in its wider historical and political context, and examines some of the many unanswered questions that still surround 7 July 2005.
01/08/10: J7 publish a review of another 7/7 related book, Out of the Tunnel, by Rachel 'North'.
07/07/10: J7 publish a detailed analysis of the number 30 bus explosion in Tavistock Square.
01/11/09: J7 respond to two 7/7 articles published in Notes from the Borderland issues 7 and 8. Read our response here.
01/11/09: Debunking 7/7 Debunking: An article in two parts that debunks some of the disingenuous attacks against those not convinced by the official story of 7/7. Read Part 1 here and read Part 2 here. October 2010 update: Debunking 7/7 Debunking Part 3.
04/07/09: J7 publish a revised, updated and expanded list of nine possible Alternative Hypotheses.
03/03/09: J7 publish an exclusive interview with political prisoner Hussain al-Samamra, a Palestinian who sought political asylum in the UK, only to be imprisoned for two years without charge by the British State.
13/01/09: J7 challenge assertions made by Paul Stott in his paper and presentation to the Anarchist Studies Network conference at Loughborough University
14/04/08: Latest J7 article in the Capitalising on Terror series published: Human Rights Abuses & The Demonisation of 'The Enemy' in Secret Britain
07/03/08: J7 publish two new articles summarising the results of the 7/7 investigation, "Three years of investigation, 7 arrests, 3 charges" - Part 1 and Part 2. See also the latest update.
07/02/08: J7 Exclusive Report: Peter Power's CV Fakery - 7/7 terror rehearsal man and regular BBC 'terror' consultant was suspended from Dorset Police pending an internal inquiry that resulted in a file being sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions. Full story here.
04/01/08: In July 2007 the BBC approached J7 asking for participants in a 'documentary' about 7/7. Six months after initial contact, the BBC revealed the 'documentary' was part of BBC2's risible Conspiracy Files series. On learning this, J7 declined to participate. Find out why in the full J7 response to the BBC.
03/12/07: 7/7 Ripple Effect - J7 issue a rebuttal and rejection of the film and its unsubstantiated speculation.
05/11/07: Latest J7 Flyer published. View here, download PDF here and here
11/09/07: J7 book review - J7 reviews The 4th Bomb, a book by Daniel Obachike.
11/09/07: J7 reconstruct and republish the 7-7 discussion from the forum of cult writer/director Alex Cox.
24/08/07: Over a year since Dr John Reid acknowledged a fundamental error in the official Home Office 7/7 narrative, J7 receive a response to a series of Freedom of Information requests which includes an amendment to the repeatedly discredited narrative. Read the story and the revised section of the Home Office narrative on the J7 blog.
16/08/07: Channel 4 News' Darshna Soni blogs about the need for a 7/7 public inquiry and asks how independent or public such an inquiry would be under the Inquiries Act 2005, a piece of legislation that puts the government in control of 'independent' inquiries - 7/7 and the public inquiry dilemma, formerly titled, "Why it's time for a public inquiry into 7/7"
13/08/07: "Anyone who thinks the [Home Office] report is a full account is not being serious or realistic." On the launch of his new film The Homefront, the Cousin of 7/7 victim Anthony Fatayi Williams, filmmaker Thomas Ikimi, tells J7 about his film and the experiences of his family at the hands of the government since 7/7.
30/06/07: Major new content added - J7 Analysis of King's Cross / Russell Square incidents
04/06/07: July 7th Truth Campaign interviewed on Channel 4 News as a new survey shows 59% of Muslims don't believe the government has told the whole truth about 7/7. Watch Darshna Soni's original report, Survey: 'government hasn't told truth about 7/7', read viewer comments on the piece that show it's not just Muslims who don't believe we have been told the truth. See also Darshna Soni's follow-up blog and 7/7 The Conspiracy Theories which explains some of the many errors and anomalies in the official story.
03/06/07: Major new content added - J7 Analysis of Edgware Road / Paddington incidents
28/05/07: Major new content added - J7 Analysis of Liverpool Street / Aldgate / Aldgate East incidents
02/05/07: Full transcript and video of Tayab Ali's post-crevice statement on behalf of Salahuddin Amin
01/05/07: Video, audio and full transcript of Imran Khan's statement on behalf of Nabeel Hussain, who was acquitted of all charges in the Crevice trial
01/05/07: Transcript of Imran Khan's statement on behalf of the 5 men convicted in the Operation Crevice trial, given at the end of the trial on 30/04/07, which includes a statement by J7 on the renewed calls for a public inquiry into the events of 7/7
07/03/07: J7 publish a new article by Professor David MacGregor, 'July 7th as Machiavellian State Terror?' an article in which the events of 7/7 are given historical context and examined as potential acts of, 'Machiavellian state terror, spectacular violence perpetrated against the state by elements of the state itself'.
26/02/07: J7 is pleased and honoured to announce the publication of "The economics of 7/7 and other mysteries of capitalism explained", an article written for the July 7th Truth Campaign by writer and journalist William Bowles.
24/02/07: Brand new J7 article Capitalising on Terror - Who is really destroying our freedoms? - A look at how 7/7 has been used as the justification for the imposition of Draconian laws that criminalise everyone.
06/02/07: J7 publishes the London Bombings Dossier - an extensive portfolio of research by David Minahan, former National President of the MSF (Amicus) Union.
11/01/07: Above Top Secret publish an interview with J7 Truth Campaign team.
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Index 10 - Edgware Road
Official version of events
A bomb exploded at 08.50 on a Circle Line train number 216. It killed 6 people, plus the alleged bomber, Mohammad Sidique Khan, and injured 163 others. The train had just left Edgware Road Station heading west towards Paddington. The force of the blast caused damage to the front part of a Hammersmith and City Line train that was passing in the opposite direction. “No fatalities or injuries were recorded on the Hammersmith and City line train”
Were these the only trains involved?
Exhibits (ER1 - ER10)
ER1 and ER2 highlight the fact that Jenny Nicholson was killed on an eastbound train travelling towards Edgware Road.
ER3 and ER4 contain the early “official” story that the force of the blast blew a hole through the tunnel wall and damaged a train on an adjacent platform. ER3 (which is a British Embassy press release giving details of the press conference held on the afternoon of the 7th) also shows that Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick reported the explosion was on a train “coming into Edgware Road underground station” He “believed” that three trains were involved.
ER5 demonstrates that there was, in fact, no damage to the tunnel wall.
ER9 (Kurush Anklesaria) contains a graphic description of an explosion on a train travelling away from Paddington Station.
Edgware Road Station (ERS1- ERS10)
Media Restricions (MR11- MR20)
Devices (DR1- DR10)
There were at least four trains involved in the Edgware Road incidents. One of these was at a platform whilst travelling east and is the subject of the Edgware Road Station folder (supra) Another was in the tunnel, travelling east between Paddington and Edgware Road. According to JWP (ER7) there was at least one fatality on this.
It is a matter of record that Jenny Nicholson had boarded a train at Paddington It is perhaps surprising that her mother, a C of E vicar, who was the subject of a lot of media attention had not commented on this.
There are a number of references both here (ER8 - ER9) and in the “Devices” folder (D2-D3-D4) to the floors of carriages having blown upwards.
The lengths to which the authorities went to keep witnesses away from the media can be seen in the case of the two American sisters who were flown out under assumed names to Montreal where they were switched to another plane with a different crew to complete their journey home to Kentucky (MR18).
JENNY Nicholson, an advertising executive working in Tottenham Court Road, was confirmed dead yesterday (Wednesday). Miss Nicholson, 24, was killed in the Edware Road suicide blast on Thursday. Her tube carriage was going in the opposite direction to the train in which the bomber was travelling.
Source: Camden New Journal
More questions that need answering are:
1. How did Jenny Nicholson die on an eastbound train between Paddington and Edgware Rd?
Source: The mysterious case of the non-existent train time
At 9:17, there was an explosion on a train coming into Edgware Road underground station.
Source: Metropolitan Police Service
Edgware Road: Again 100 yards into the tunnel, the second carriage is targeted, the bomb smashing through the tunnel wall and hitting another train standing at an adjacent platform. Seven people are killed. An eighth victim dies later in hospital.
Source: This is London
Thank you for your request, under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, dated 5 April 2006 asking for -
* The numbers and lines of the other trains involved at Edgware Rd and whether there were any injuries or deaths on these other trains.
a Hammersmith & City line train, at Edgware sustained damage, while passing Circle line train 216 when the device exploded. No fatalities or injuries were recorded on the Hammersmith & City line train.
Source: Bridget Dunne
The inside of the train at London's Edgware Road Underground station, where 7 people were killed in the July 7 attacks. [Click for large version]
Source: ABC News
(p 242) J W P – written testimony
I was in the eastbound Circle tube into witch the Edgware Road bomb blew from the westbound train.
We stopped at Paddington, but before reaching Edgware Road, there was an incredible noise, blackout, rapid deceleration of the train and billowing grey smoke that came towards me in slow motion.
At one stage the smoke seemed extremely suffocating and we started to move down the carriage.
There was a lot going on around me and I totally shut myself off to this – I remember requests for anyone with medical knowledge being sent down the carriage and also for water. I remember the counting down of someone’s pulse until they died and seeing lots of body parts in the adjacent carriage – which was beyond recognition.
Source: 7 July Review Comittee [PDF]
I was in the last carriage of the Circle Line train that had just left Paddington. The tube had just left when there was a sudden explosion and the square marked area in the centre of the tube exploded. By this time I had fallen down. There was black smoke everywhere and a very strong smell as if the wiring in the carriage was burning. The awful part was when we had to wait for at least 30 minutes before being evacuated. I knew that a bomb had exploded and the worst part for me during the next 30 minutes was the wait. After a painful 30 minutes we were told to walk up to the front carriage and down the tunnel. As I walked I began crying because I could not bear to see the state of the front 3 carriages. There was smashed glass everywhere, the carriage had almost melted. Everyone around me began crying. I must say that the people in my carriage were very calm and patient.
Sharan, Middlesex, London
Source: BBC News
Kurush Anklesaria (Paddington)
"I was on the train going from Bayswater station sitting in the first compartment of the train and after passing Paddington station at about 08:50 there was a huge blast just at the side of my feet and part of the floor was ripped open."
Source: News 24
I was in the train when the blast occurred between Edgware Road and Paddington.
I heard the immense bang and tried to look out the window.
All I saw was another train passing by mine and the two were stopped very close to each other in the tunnel.
Right after the explosion, thick black smoke came into our carriage.
It was powdery, thick smoke. Everyone tried to cover their noses and mouths with handkerchiefs and tissue paper.
It seemed to last a long time, but it must have been less than two minutes until we were told to evacuate the train.
I was in the second carriage so I had to go through the first one in order to evacuate.
When I reached the end of the first carriage, I thought I would see the driver's compartment, but it was totally blown off.
I saw parts of the compartment - such as the doors and the roof - scattered around the track.
I was helped down to the track by underground staff and we walked all the way to the Edgware Road station in the dark tunnel.
Source: BBC News
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