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7/7 London Bombings

Independent research exploring the July 7, 2005, bombings in London.


Tom Secker Talks 7/7 Bombings, BBC Predictive Programming, and Woolwich

Tom Secker discusses the confirmation bias that plagues both the official London Bombings story and the leading conspiracy theories, possible predictive programming put out by the BBC through MI5 themed drama Spooks, and how we can possibly move forward with a proper 7/7 investigation.

Secrets, Spies and 7/7 – Tom Secker’s Honest Critique of the London Bombings Case

Secker has breathed some much needed new life in to the London Bombings case by challenging both the establishment view and the leading alternative theories of what happened.

7/7 Bombings Used as Justification for Cyber Snooping Bill

If you’re not with us then you’re with the terrorists says Theresa May on Orwellian database plans.

7/7 Bombings Conspiracy Road Trip Debunked

How Renegade Pictures/BBC producer Oliver Page lied about the premise of their 7/7 Bombings Conspiracy Road Trip, and a thorough analysis of the show.

Limited Hangout – Propaganda for a Cover-up

Involved in a cover-up? Then the Limited Hangout propaganda technique should keep you safe.

7/7 What Did They Know? – London Bombings Documentary

Officials claim they had no inkling of what was to befall London on July 7, 2005, but what did they really know? And could they have prevented the devastating bombings that killed 52?

Tom Secker Discusses New 7/7 Film

Keelan talks with 7/7 London Bombings researcher Tom Secker.

Tom Secker Releases ‘7/7: Crime and Prejudice’ Film

Exploring the 7/7 bombings via new evidence from the recent inquests, and drawing on numerous miscarriages of justice and acts of violence committed by the state.

Former Police Intelligence Analyst Sacked For Calling 7/7 A Monstrous Lie

A Police Intelligence Analyst turns in threat assessment claiming the state is the main terror threat.

Remember The 7/7 London Bombings? Remember The Jaguar?

6 years on from the 7/7 Bombings, who remembers the mysterious Jaguar at Luton station car park?