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.
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"
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'.
Tayab Ali's statement at the end of the Crevice trial, given on behalf of Salahuddin Amin, outside the Old Bailey on 30/04/07
Below is full transcript of the statement given by lawyer Tayab Ali, on behalf of Salahuddin Amin, as given outside the Old Bailey at the end of the Crevice trial on 30/04/07:
This statement is provided on behalf of Salahuddin Amin:
In the name of God, the most compassionate, the merciful.
I am innocent.
An outrageous confidence trick has been played on the jury, and against me.
I was convicted by false evidence and the fruits of torture.
I am innocent.
I told the jury the truth.
I am innocent.
I told the jury I had been tortured and mistreated by the ISI, the Pakistani intelligence services, over a ten month period of illegal detention in Pakistan during 2004.
I told the jury how the British security services were responsible for my illegal detention, mistreatment, and illegal transfer to the UK.
Even though I am a British Citizen, the British government did not lift a finger to protect me from abuse and torture.
In fact, the British authorities made it worse by interrogating me at the same time as knowing I had been tortured.
The British government have been able to hide their shameful involvement in my illegal detention and torture in secret sessions which occurred during the trial.
These hearings cannot be reported to you, the public. They continue to hide behind this veil.
I demand they tell the truth about what they did to me.
I demand the truth about the other people who are still in secret detention and being tortured as part of this misguided war on terror.
I was illegally detained with some of these people. I know that some of them were treated far worse than I was, while British, American, and Canadian intelligence officers stood ready to benefit from the unreliable fruits of torture.
I demand an apology from the head of the security services and the British government about what they did to me.
I demand an explanation as to how this could have happened.
My wrongful conviction has given a green light to those who carry out the heinous act of torture on behalf of civilised western governments.
I will continue to fight to clear my name.
The original, partial transcript that appeared on this page was compiled from the information contained in the videos below.