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07/07/15: Tenth anniversary of 7/7: 7/7 Ten Years On - An indictment of the State and the state of investigative journalism
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 21 - King's Cross to Euston Square
Official version of events
None. There has never been any mention of an incident between these two stations.
Was there an explosion on a Circle Line train travelling between the stations that has gone unreported?
KC-ES1. This extract from the Financial Times on line edition states categorically that Angelo Power was on the Circle Line when his train was rocked by an explosion “a few seconds after leaving Kings Cross.”
KC-ES3 & KC-ES4 both confirm that the Fire Brigade attended at Euston Square.
A number of exhibits contain reports of passenger experiences that are incompatible with them having been on the Kings Cross to Russell Square train. For example:-
KC-ES5, KC-ES6 & KC-ES7 refer to Ian Wade, a BBC employee and his wife Evelyn. He describes being in the next carriage to the bomb and, when the emergency services arrived, having to walk through the carriage in front to get out? Furthermore he and his wife ended up back at Kings Cross, rather than Russell Square? If, as stated he was travelling to work at the BBC in Marylebone then it is likely that he would have been on a westbound Circle Line train.
Kings Cross to Russell Square (first carriage)
Kings Cross to Russell Square
It is probable that the explosion did take place. It is unlikely that the FT would have got these details wrong. Angelo Power, who gave a live TV interview shortly after being rescued was quoted in many papers the next day but a lot of these reports are vague about the location. One has him coming through Manor House on the Piccadilly line rather than Mansion House. However it is the writers recollection that he did in fact say Mansion House.
Angelo Power, a 43 year-old lawyer, was on London Underground’s Circle Line when a bomb went off. He said there had been an annoucement at Mansion House station saying there were technical problems on eastbound trains. A few seconds after leaving King’s Cross his train was rocked by an explosion. People were thrown from their seat screaming, he said, with smoke was pouring in and people trying to break the windows. Passengers were were stuck in the carriage for at least 30 minutes and the panic rose to levels of pandemonium, he said.
Source: Financial Times
To be added.
Blue Watch relive the bomb hell inside carriage 346A.
The call-out that came at 9.04am on 7 July seemed as routine as they come. Roche and his crew boarded engine Alpha 242 and set off. In his hand a strip of tickertape read: 'Smoke issuing at Euston Square tube' alongside the order that they should head as back-up to King's Cross nearby.
Source: The Observer
Written submissions from organisations London Fire Brigade
Euston 0937 to Euston Square 0941 Euston Square
Source: 7 July Review Committee [PDF]
People with their clothes burned off, amputated limbs - those were the horrific images witnessed by Ian Wade who was caught up in the blasts as he travelled to work at BBC London in Marylebone.
Mr Wade was on an Underground carriage on the Piccadilly Line with his wife Evie when a bomb exploded in the carriage next to his around 0840 BST on Thursday.
“There must have been at least one death in there. I have never known anything like it."
Mr Wade and his wife were inside the carriage for 15 minutes before they were able to get out.
"When the emergency services arrived, we all had to walk through the carriage in front to get out.
Source: BBC News
Evelyn Wade, 30 a Sloane Square estate agent was on the Tube with her husband between King's Cross and Russell Square when one of the bombs exploded.
As she joined the crowds swwarming away from the scene of the explosion, she said: "We thought we were going to die. There was this big explosion and people were screaming. No one moved and the lights went out. We started to move to the next carriage.
"Then we got into King's Cross and there was an emergency room where the really badly injured were. Police there gave us water. Lots of people were injured and apparently someone had died.
Source: Hampstead & Highgate Express
A little further up in the third carriage were Evelyn and Ian Wade, a couple from Hertfordshire, on their way to work.
Source: The Times
Rob Raimes was in the busy front carriage. "The lights suddenly went out and there was a crescendo of noise," he said. "Smoke had got in and was everywhere. My first instinct was that we had something on the track.
"We were in there for about 10 to 15 minutes until the driver let us out and we walked to the platform. It was a complete shock. One minute you are travelling to work as usual and then I thought I was going to die."
Mr Raimes, 44, a lawyer from Finsbury Park, north London, stayed for nearly two hours after he reached the platform at King's Cross, helping others who had escaped the blast.
Source: The Independent
"THICK soot from the tracks flooded through the train; it was so difficult to breathe that people were kneeling down in the carriage to try to get some air. A lady in the first carriage was screaming and screaming. People were praying. We passed messages from carriage to carriage for about 20 minutes in the dim light, saying there was no fire and people should try to stay calm. We had been trapped for more than half an hour when we were evacuated through the back of the train. There were people in the first carriage too shocked to leave their seats, and policemen and London Underground staff were trying to get to the carriage to help them off the train. As soon as I got out of the tunnel I started crying as the shock kicked in.
Mandy Yu, 23, was on her way to work in Islington
Source: The Sunday Herald
4. Wide exterior of King's Cross station
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Survivor:
"Well, I was in the front carriage at the front of the train within the first five or six seats near the driver, and we heard a loud bang which we presumed was a crash or maybe a derailment of some sort and when the lights went out and people screaming and the whole carriage was just shaking and rocking, and you could just smell smoke, burning, and it was just crazy, chaos and very, very frightening when that happened."
Source: AP Archive
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