Monday, February 28, 2011

7/7 RIPPLE EFFECT : The Last Minutes of Hasib Hussain

By Andrew S. MacGregor,
published on "TERROR ON THE TUBE on the 8th of November 2010

       It is a privilege to post this article offered by Andrew MacGregor, a retired Australian policeman, on this site.

I am taking it for granted that the two journalists, Caroline Grammell and Duncan Gardham are competent journalists and that their article 7/7 Inquest shown last minutes of London bus bomber Hasib Hussain (The Telegraph, 14th Oct) is quite accurate. It concentrates on the areas of Kings Cross Station and the route taken by the bus to Tavistock Square.  We quote here from that article. It begins:
 For nearly an hour after his three fellow bombers detonated their explosives on the tube, the teenager was seen pacing around outside King’s Cross, clearly unsure about what to do.
 Now this is odd.

  The inquest has already been informed that these men actually made a ‘dummy run’ prior to the 7th of July 2005, and if this was the case, then Hasib Hussain would have been well aware of what he had to do and when to do it. 

 Please understand this point. 

 If what the inquest has already been informed of, that is that the four men accused of being terrorist bombers, had made ‘dummy runs prior to the actual attack, then Hasib Hussain would have been very well aware of what he was required to do, and his actions would not have been; ‘clearly unsure about what to do’.
 He frantically rang his co-conspirators, only to find he couldn’t get through.


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