Headley Court military rehabilitation centre in Surrey.
When looking at the London Tube Bomb inquest, or the 9 11 inquiry, remember Lockerbie.
A former Scottish police chief, gave lawyers a signed statement stating that key evidence in the Lockerbie bombing trial was fabricated.
'The retired officer - of assistant chief constable rank or higher - has testified that the CIA planted the tiny fragment of circuit board crucial in convicting a Libyan for the 1989 mass murder of 270 people.'
(Scotsman.com News - Police chief- Lockerbie evidence was faked)
Edwin Bollier is head of the Swiss-based Mebo group which was supposed to have sold the timing device reportedly used in the Lockerbie bomb.
Bollier says that one of his employees supplied the Scottish police with the stolen timing device, which was then presented in the trial as having been found amidst the plane's wreckage.
Ulrich Lumpert, a former employee of the Swiss firm MEBO, has admitted that he stole the timer device from MEBO.
Lumpert says: "I realized that the MST-13 PC-board, after it was handed over by me without permission was misused for deliberate politically criminal 'action'."
(Lockerbie Bombing Trial Faces U-Turn after Perjury Confession)
The bomb timer fragment "was found by two policeman during a search of a wood 35 miles from Lockerbie".
It was later identified by the CIA's Thomas Thurman as being part of a sophisticated timer device made by the Swiss firm of Mebo.
"Thurman was later unmasked as a fraud who had given false evidence in American murder trials..." (Thurman's integrity questioned)
According to The mail on Sunday (LOCKERBIE BOMBING EVIDENCE 'PLANTED' - Mail on Sunday 21 December 2008):
"New forensic analysis on a fragment of the timing device alleged to have triggered the bomb that brought down Pan Am jet 103 on December 21, 1988, is said to have found no trace of explosive residue...
"A source close to the investigation said: ‘The only piece of forensic evidence in the chain that pointed to Libyan guilt has never been near the seat of an explosion.’...
"'The new tests, the first carried out independently, reveal no explosive residue...
"'Tests carried out replicating the explosion have proved the circuit board would have been completely vaporised...
"It has long been suspected of being a plant - and it is a plant."
What about the London Tube Bombings?
"The bombs used in Thursday's terrorist attacks were of 'military origin', according to a senior French policeman sent to London to help in what has become the biggest criminal investigation in British history.
"Christophe Chaboud, head of the French Anti-Terrorism Co-ordination Unit, told Le Monde newspaper that the explosives used in the bombings were of 'military origin.'" (Explosive used in bombs 'was of military origin'.)
The 77 inquests blogspot (77inquests.blogspot.com/danny-biddle-rucksack-on.html) reports:
That the explosions occurred on the floors of the trains was further confirmed during the trial of Waheed Ali, Mohammed Shakil and Sadeer Saleem when the testimony of Fort Halstead Forensics expert, Clifford Todd, was reported:
The bombers scattered identity and bank cards around the Tube carriages they targeted before placing their rucksacks on the floor and setting off the explosives inside them, jurors heard.
The details emerged for the first time as a forensics expert's evidence was read at the trial of three men accused of helping to plan the atrocity.
Jurors were told the "unique" bomb mixture was made up of black pepper and hydrogen peroxide, which was put into ordinary plastic bags alongside ice-packs to cool the volatile material.
The bombers were not wearing the rucksacks at the time of the explosions, but had instead put them down on the floor of the bus and Tube trains, it was claimed.
Source: The Telegraph
Danny Biddle is the only witness to ever publicly claim to have actually seen alleged bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan on Circle Line train 216 at Edgware Road.
Danny Biddle says he thinks he saw an Asian man, supposed to be Khan.
According to Biddle, this Asian did not scatter identity and bank cards around the carriage prior to the explosion.
According to Biddle, this Asian did not place any rucksack on the floor.
Allegedly, the 'bombers' had LARGE rucksacks. (http://segamiemos.blogspot.com/)
DANIEL PAUL BIDDLE testified:
"There was nothing about him that made me think he was dangerous in any way or anything like that.
"If there would have been, I would have got off the train and got help. I mean, he was just a -- he looked like a normal guy going to work within London, whatever he did, and there was nothing that he did that made him stand out different to anybody else at that particular moment in time.
"He had a rucksack, like a small, black camping rucksack.
"I remember it being on his lap."
It is possible that Danny Biddle was not on the train?
Danny Biddle arrived at Liverpool Street Rail Station at 8.40 AM.
He than had to get to the Liverpool Street Underground Station.
That meant "making his way along the platform, across the concourse, down the steps to the underground ticket barriers, through the ticket barriers and eventually onto the Circle Line platform."
He did not get on the first underground train that came along as it was too crowded.
Transport for London's Journey Planner, today shows a minimum time of 19 minutes to travel from Liverpool Street Underground Station to Edgware Road Underground Station where the explosion took place.
One might expect Biddle to arrive at Edgware Road Underground station just after 9 AM.
BUT, the explosion took place at Edgware Road Underground Station at 8.49 AM.
Abu Hamza and Haroon Aswat
According to The Sunday Herald, by 1999, Haroon Rashid Aswat was calling himself a "hit man" for bin Laden.
("Brains behind terror plot may be Brit the security services thought")
In the late 1990s, British Intelligence did not stop Aswat from recruiting for Al-Qaeda in London
Aswat's passport was found on a man killed in action in Afghanistan in early 2003. ("Suspect in London fatal blasts eluded arrest".)
In the weeks before the London bombings, the South African authorities informed the U.S. authorities in New York that Aswat was living in South Africa. ("Suspect in London fatal blasts eluded arrest".)
Aswat slipped back into Britain, through the channel port of Felixstowe, in late June 2005.
Aswat left Britain, through London's Heathrow airport on 7 July 2005, hours before the bombers struck on that day.
("7/7 'Mr Big' seized)
In the first two weeks after the 7 July 2005 London bombings, the UK Police told newspapers that Aswat made some 20 mobile phone calls to two of the suspected bombers, Mohammed Sidique Khan and Shehzad Tanweer, one just hours before the blasts.
("Top al-Qaeda Briton called Tube bombers before attack".) On 20 July 2005, Aswat was arrested in Zambia.
Aswat arrived in the UK but the UK police said they were not interested in interviewing Aswat in connection with the London Bombings.
Aswat was sent to the USA. ("UK terror suspects lose extradition battle".)
On July 29, 2005, during an interview on Fox News, a former US prosecutor named John Loftus, asserted that Aswat was a double agent, backed by Britain's MI6.
Loftus claimed that MI6 intervened to protect Aswat while he was trying to evade capture.
("Britain now faces its own blowback: Intelligence interests may thwart the July bombings investigation".)
Complete 911 Timeline: Haroon Rashid Aswat
Letter to Lady Justice Hallett - TERROR ON THE TUBE