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Location: St. Pauls, Bristol, England
|Posted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 12:51 pm Post subject: Proposed Press Release on Terror Trial Injustices
|proposed press release
FREE THE THREE
The Jury of the 4-month Kingston ‘July 7’ trial failed to reach any agreement, however the three lads in the dock (Waheed Ali, Sadeer Saleem and Mohammed Shakil) have not been released.
These are the only arrests made yet by HM Government over the dreadful bombing of central London in 2005, wrecking the Gleneagles Summit of world leaders – except for the Egyptian chemist Magdy al-Nashar. The latter was arrested in Cairo, on the grounds that he had been renting the flat 18 Alexander Grove which was ellegedly the ‘bomb factory.’ His laptop was confiscated and found to be full of – music. He was released with no charges.
The Three now charged under the Explosive Substances Act of 1883 were alleged to have gone on a reconnaissance mission in 2004, i.e. they had a weekend trip to London. At no stage did the Prosecution allege that the Three had any interest in explosives still less knowledge of how to construct a bomb. Its case suffered somewhat from the fact that at no stage did the Three visit a London Underground station on this weekend visit. They did such things as visit the London Aquarium and enjoy seeing the fish. The jury were evidently not convinced that such activities had any connection whatsoever with the Explosive substances Act.
Recalling the central axiom of British justice that citizens are deemed to be innocent unless proved to be guilty, we here call for the Three to be released. We conjecture that this 4-month Kingston trial with ten barristers cost the taxpayer around forty million pounds, and we deplore the notion of starting another such trial in January, which is we gather HMG’s present intention.
A court has not found them guilty- therefore, let them be released.
We further note that the Heathrow liquid-bomb hoax trial is also completed, having run for even longer, some five months. This is another case of British Muslims being accused of absolutely nothing – no bombs on planes, no explosions, with persons arrested not even having plane tickets – and a nebulous charge involving possible intention of the arrested. We deplore the way the flurry of anti-terror legislation has made it possible for arrests to be made when no crime has been committed and it is obvious that being a Muslim. [comment here on jury verdict when it emerges]
UK Phantom Terror trials, 2006-8, targeting Muslims, summary:• The Old Bailey ‘Crevice’ trial so-called (March 2006-April 2007), where five men were given life imprisonment, because they may have been intending to do something with a sack of fertiliser.
• Then the July 21 trial at Woolwich (January-July 2007) saw three men each given 40 years, when the sole injury they caused was an asthma attack suffered by a bystander.
• The Heathrow ‘lucozade’ or ‘liquid bomb’ trial started in April 2008 at Woolwich Crown Court, where 8 men were charged with possibly intending to buy air tickets and blow themselves and other passengers apart with a ‘binary munition’ that would be synthesised in the toilet.
• Then the July 7 trial at Kingston County Court had three men charged with ‘conspiring’ to cause explosions, in consequence of a weekend trip to London.
"The maintenance of secrets acts like a psychic poison which alienates the possessor from the community" Carl Jung
Joined: 23 Dec 2005
Location: South London
|Posted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 8:02 pm Post subject:
16-17 December 2004 was Thursday and Friday.
"His [Ejaz's] brother, Naveed [Fiaz], was detained at Paddington Green after the bombings but was released without charge on July 23rd"
"On Wednesday May 9th 2007, the police made four further arrests. Hasina Patel, widow of Mohammad Sidique Khan, her brother Arshad Patel, their cousin Imran Motala and Khalid Khaliq, a former worker at the Hamara Youth Access Point in Beeston, were all arrested on suspicion of the commission, preparation, or instigation of acts of terrorism under the Terrorism Act 2000."
The tone is wrong:
"Then the July 21 trial at Woolwich (January-July 2007) saw three men each given 40 years, when the sole injury they caused was an asthma attack suffered by a bystander. "
The people who were in those carriages on 21/7 are not going to appreciate this.
Don't even think of releasing this.
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