7/7 No Credible CCTV or Witnesses





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Uploaded on Nov 15, 2010

This is the third part of an interview with the lucid Nick Kollerstrom (PHd); he has authoured a book on the 7/7 terror event on London ( http://terroronthetube.co.uk ) - and believes it to have been part of a series of False Flags.

Nick Kollerstrom authour of Terror On The Tube relates:

It has become evident from the 7/7 inquest that the only CCTV of any of the four alleged bombers in London that morning, is of Hassib Hussain pottering around Kings Cross. And that only starts at five to nine, after the tube bombs have gone off.

In addition. there is some genuine looking CCTV footage of Shezad Tanweer with Hassib Hussain at a M1 Petrol Station at 5.00 am that morning - and that is all!

There is nothing from the underground apart from some clearly faked CCTV footage at Kings Cross (faked time stamp) - only released in 2008. Ditto for the four entering Luton Station.

In fact alleged ring leader Khan was last seen fifth of July with his pregnant wife at hospital.

"Khan is absent from any witness statements or CCTV images -- for London or Luton -- on that day, with one sole exception.
Mr Biddle has given enormously divergent accounts to different newspapers, as to how he 'saw Khan' in the carriage - [He viewed] the posthumous 'Khan' jihad video from a hospital bed - before making any public statement.

His first statement to The Mirror had him sitting down on one of the four seats between the two sets of double doors, ten feet away from Mr Biddle, with a rucksack on his lap. He made eye-contact with Biddle just before his rucksack blew up.

Then the next two interviews, with the Times and Guardian, had him standing packed right next to him in the crowd, with his rucksack on his back and making eye contact just before 'pulling the cord.'
At the Inquest there was no eye-contact revealed." from Nick Kollerstrom.


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