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A forum documenting factually inaccurate July 7th Press and Media coverage. Here you will find copies of complaints to those responsible for propagating lies and myths that have hitherto gone unchallenged and their responses. Also included in this forum are copies of complaints to the Press Complaints Commission, along with copies of Freedom of Information requests, letters to MPs and communications with miscellaneous other public servants.
Neil Flewitt, QC, prosecuting, said that expert Clifford Todd had examined the wreckage of the bomb sites.
He said: "It is, in the opinion of Mr Todd, noteworthy that at each scene, some personal materials and documents, such as ID cards, were found relating to the bombers.
"Although they were damaged to some extent, they did not show the damage that would be expected if they were on the body of the bomber or in the rucksack, suggesting that in each case they had been deliberately separated by some distance from the actual explosion." source
This would have been an impossibility for Lindsay as he squeezed onto a packed to capacity train.
In the Peter Power section, Keelan, you have a couple of spelling mistakes: Crisis Management & prepare.
But since Muncher has uploaded it all to vimeo, me posting that link may be redundant. When I was looking to see what clips were and weren't available on mainstream media sites I did come across this gem: