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A big problem I see with MacGregor's analysis is that he does not consider the very real possibility that Halevi's article was intended and taken as advice to the investigation. If the police followed Halevi's article as advice then it is hardly surprising that he appears to be so well informed.
Considering the consequent investigation, former Met Chief John Stevens also appeared remarkably well informed in the immediate aftermath. What he was saying was very similar to Halevi. I tend to think of it as a process of negotiating what happened which bears very little resemblance to what *actually* happened.
edit: There is a documented example of the police negotiating what happened. It is Peter Powell's recollection of his conversation with Ian Blair following the King's Cross disaster. Power quotes Blair as saying that he thinks that it's a terrorist attack but that will not be made public. Is it too much to believe that the opposite is true re: 7/7 - that it was not a terrorist attack cast as a terrorist attack?
The present deputy-commissioner of the Met Police, Ian Blair, was already on scene as a detective inspector.
We knew each other very well and he turned to me and said, "Peter, I think we've had a bomb explosion here."
I asked him why and he said, "At least one of the casualties has metal deep inside him... but we're not going to go public on it."
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doing a bit of research throws up three different versions and two different urls
The article begins
The multiple, simultaneous explosions that took place today on the London transportation system were the work of perpetrators who had an operational capacity of considerable scope. They have come a long way since the two attacks of the year 1998 against the American embassies in Nairobi and Dar-Es-Salaam, and the aircraft actions of September 11, 2001.
searching on "simultaneous explosions that took place yesterday"
London 1987 November: Mossad agent arrested on suspician in the July 22, 1987 London murder of cartoonist Naji Al Ali. Palestinian studying in London, Ismail Suwan, arrested and questioned, found to be Mossad agent.
Thatcher closes Mossad’s London base located in Palace Green, Kensington.
EDIT: Ismael Sowan and Ismael Suwan bring back more links.
This post has been edited by numeral on Mar 1 2009, 09:05 AM
On March 11, former Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy, in an interview with Israel Radio, stated that the White House had seen a “radical” change due to Obama’s efforts to “rehabilitate” the image of Islam in United States and the Western world by removing the terrorism brand that has been affixed to it. Halevy cited the Obama policy change as the reason for the change in the White House’s attitude toward Israel.
However, Halevy was careful to isolate the White House from the rest of the Obama administration. Halevy’s ploy, coupled with Mitchell’s revelations about the pro-Israel bias of Hillary Clinton’s State Department, is an indication that the Netanyahu regime and its agents inside the Obama administration and Washington power circles are attempting a “divide and conquer” policy with regard to the Obama administration.