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 July 7th Home Office 'narrative' thread, Shredding the official document
Posted: Aug 27 2014, 09:57 PM

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Note that the Home Office 'Official Narrative' does NOT acknowledge that Mohammed Siddique Khan & Shezhad Tanweer both arrived back into the UK from Pakistan on the very same day (8th February 2005) as Salahuddin Amin (Operation Crevice).


Sunday, February 13, 2005

Pakistani charged with bomb plot

LONDON: A man who arrived in Britian from Pakistan was charged Saturday in relation to an alleged bomb plot, police said.

Salahuddin Amin, 29, was arrested Tuesday [8th February 2005] at London’s Heathrow airport under anti-terrorist legislation but was charged Saturday for explosives offences.


[page 158]

R v Amin

#298. In November 2005, Sir Michael Astill, a judge sitting in the Old Bailey, ordered that ‘for reasons of national security and the avoidance of harm to the due administration of justice’, part of the trial of Salahuddin Amin for conspiracy to cause explosions (the so-called 'Fertiliser plot’) would be held in camera. Amin had been arrested on a flight from Pakistan to London in February 2005. Prior to his arrest, he had been detained in Pakistan for several months, during which time he alleged he had been tortured by Pakistani, British and American intelligence officials. In particular, the judge directed that, although Amin’s own account of his treatment could be published: evidence relating to, or any reference to, the events touching or concerning [Amin's] treatment out of this jurisdiction, from the commencement of the investigation to the time of his arrest on 8 February 2005, [is] to be given in camera.


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47. As we have already noted, [Salahuddin] Amin was arrested immediately on arrival at Heathrow on 8th February.


Tue, 19 Jul 2005 16:36:51 -0700

Across the world to train for their murderous missions

Details are emerging fast as the investigation gathers pace.  The Pakistanis now know that Khan and Shehzad Tanweer flew into Karachi airport together at 3:30pm on 19 November, 2004 on Turkish Airlines Flight TK-1056 and departed on the same airline, flight TK-1057, on 8 February this year.


Amin was arrested at Terminal 4 in Heathrow Airport on 8 February 2005 after arriving on a British Airways flight from Pakistan.
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