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Old 06-27-2006, 11:59 AM
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Default Suspicious event before London Bombings required Electrician.


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The article below details an attack on a train line North of London that took place the month before the London Bombings of July 7th, 2005. This incident is extremely suspect, given the similarities shared with the bombings in London, and the proximity of the events to each other.

This webpage is dedicated to the great people of England and all those who lost their lives or loved ones on July 7th, 2005.
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East Anglian Daily Times
Vandals cause day of rail misery
18 June 2005 06:37
By Mark Heath

RAIL passengers faced a day of delays after an "appalling act of vandalism" saw criminals cut through vital cables on the main line to London.

The vandalism threw the timetable into chaos, with a "substantially reduced" service provided for people travelling between East Anglia and the capital.

The two attacks, which saw signalling and communication cables cut near Tharston and Newton Flotman, just south of Norwich, are thought to have happened on Thursday night.

Network Rail technicians were forced to work through the night to find the damage and make repairs, while signallers had to resort to manual methods to keep trains moving.

The attack caused hundreds of thousands of pounds of damage and 50 engineers were called in to work on the repairs.

Jon Wiseman, Network Rail route director, said: "It appears that somebody committed this appalling act of vandalism with the deliberate aim of causing as much disruption to train services as possible."

Commuters faced delays of up to 45 minutes in the morning rush-hour yesterday, with services between Diss, Stowmarket and Norwich among the worst affected.

It is thought the attacks, which are being investigated by British Transport Police, may have been carried out by more than one person because heavy concrete troughs were moved to allow access to the cables.

Mark Phillips, operations and planning director for train operator One, said: "It is of extreme concern to us that an act of such wanton and premeditated vandalism has been carried out.

"I am sorry that the vandals' action has disrupted train journeys for thousands of our passengers - we are working with Network Rail and the British Transport Police to ensure that everything possible is being done to identify those responsible."

Sergeant Andy Cook, of British Transport Police, said the problem had first been highlighted at about 9.40pm on Thursday when a signalling fault had been recorded in Norwich.

"Because of that a team of engineers were sent out to inspect. Whilst carrying out inspections a power trip occurred, indicating that a second incident had occurred elsewhere," he added.

"They then carried out a search of the line, found the problem and eventually, at two separate locations, some cables were found to be cut alongside the railway line."

Sgt Cook continued: "The power cable to the signals had also been cut through, which is a concern because it would have been very dangerous and you would have expected the person who did it to receive injuries, unless they knew exactly what they were doing.

"You could surmise that someone would need to have a fair degree of knowledge to do what they did. You would need to have heavy-duty cable cutters or specific tools to do it.

"Scenes of crime officers have investigated and have taken items away for forensic analysis. This was a deliberate, malicious act to disrupt the rail service."

Services were back to normal by 5pm yesterday, in time for the evening rush-hour. Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police on 01603 623402.

mark.heath@eadt.co.uk

Source:
<a href="http://www.eadt.co.uk/search/story.aspx?brand=EADOnline&category=News&itemid=IP ED17%20Jun%202005%2019:37:40:293&tBrand=EADOnline& tCategory=search">Original Link</a>

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THE TERRORISTS
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The "attacks" were "carried out" by a team of people.(Just like the London Bombings.)

"It is thought the attacks, which are being investigated by British Transport Police, may have been carried out by more than one person because heavy concrete troughs were moved to allow access to the cables."
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This team had the "deliberate aim" of "causing as much disruption to train services as possible". (Just like the London Bombings.)

"Jon Wiseman, Network Rail route director, said: "It appears that somebody committed this appalling act of vandalism with the deliberate aim of causing as much disruption to train services as possible.""
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THE PROFESSIONAL
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The team of "vandals" had at least one professional electrician who was able to cut the cables, using costly, specialized equipment.

""You could surmise that someone would need to have a fair degree of knowledge to do what they did. You would need to have heavy-duty cable cutters or specific tools to do it.""

"Sgt Cook continued: "The power cable to the signals had also been cut through, which is a concern because it would have been very dangerous and you would have expected the person who did it to receive injuries, unless they knew exactly what they were doing.""

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THE CABLES
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Now take a good look at what was damaged in June.

"The two attacks, which saw SIGNALLING and COMMUNICATION CABLES cut near Tharston and Newton Flotman, just south of Norwich, are thought to have happened on Thursday night."

(Emphasis mine.)

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Another article covering the June incident mentions a "power cable" being cut, making the damage (BETWEEN THE TWO ARTICLES) exclusive to POWER, SIGNALLING and COMMUNICATIONS CABLES.


Vandalism hits train services
17 June 2005
ITV

"The Norwich-London mainline has been hit by a wave of delays and cancellations after vandals attacked signalling equipment last night.

The attack was discovered when signals and power circuits began malfunctioning at around 10pm on Thursday evening. Repair crews were shocked to find several signalling circuits and a 650-watt POWER CABLE HAD BEEN CUT. The vandals targeted two seperate sections of track four miles apart near the village of Newton Flotman. Repair crews told Anglia News that the attack appeared well planned and had been designed to cause maximum disruption."

(Emphasis mine.)

Source:

<a href="http://www.itvregions.com/Anglia/News/Vandalism+hits+train+services.htm">Original Link</a>

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THIS IS PRECISELY THE TYPE OF DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE BOMBS IN LONDON.
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"A full assessment revealed damage was confined to CABLING CARRYING SIGNALLING INFORMATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND POWER. Ultrasonic inspections confirmed the rail was undamaged."

Source:

<a href="http://www.metronetrail.com/default.asp?sID=1122624018062">Metronet Rail completes repairs at Edgware Road</a>

"The bomb at Aldgate had been detonated on a train heading east on the outer Circle line track from Liverpool Street. A full assessment, including ultrasonic testing of the rails, revealed MAJOR DAMAGE ONLY TO CABLES USED FOR SIGNALLING, POWER AND COMMUNICATIONS. These are over 40 years old although some were replaced 10 years ago as part of a new centralised signalling control system. The tunnel, which is early 20th century, was undamaged."
(Emphasis mine)

Source:

<a href="http://www.metronetrail.com/default.asp?sID=1122306591984">Bomb damage assessment from the Metronet Homepage</a>
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FOUR MILES OF SEPARATION
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The bombs in London occurred over a four mile stretch:

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The "vandal" attacks in June ALSO occured over a four mile stretch.

"The vandals targeted two seperate sections of track FOUR MILES APART near the village of Newton Flotman. Repair crews told Anglia News that the attack appeared well planned and had been designed to cause maximum disruption."

(Emphasis mine.)

Source:

<a href="http://www.itvregions.com/Anglia/News/Vandalism+hits+train+services.htm">Original Link</a>

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The attacks in June mirror the attacks in July. The same kind of damage was found to the rails in both cases. The so called "vandals" in June were meticulous and deliberate in their attack, requiring expertise. It wasn't enough to strike once; they deliberately executed the same laborious maneuver twice (two attacks four miles apart). Similarly, the attacks in London occurred in an area the length of four miles.

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CONCLUSION: THE ATTACKS IN JUNE WERE AN ATTEMPT TO SIMULATE THE BOMBINGS THAT WOULD OCCUR IN LONDON ONLY WEEKS LATER. THIS WAS A TEST OF SOME SORT.

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Old 06-28-2006, 09:59 AM
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Default Re: Suspicious event before London Bombings required Electrician.

And as an adjunct to your analysis, please be aware that one or more bombers will use bicycles to transport devices to the Underground stations, etc., which needlessly endangers the route taken by them. I would imagine that a small rack over the rear tyre could hold a parcel a half-metre in size with no trouble.

Also, if you can, check for suspicious activities in the Wentworth area of outer London, north, I think.
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Old 06-29-2006, 09:26 PM
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Default Re: Suspicious event before London Bombings required Electrician.

I put up on Google Video a doco by ITV detailing the details of the killing of the innocent Brazilian guy.

Facts to remember...

1. He was identified IMMEDIATELY as an "I.C 1 Male" (European male)...NOT a middle eastern man as Usama Osmond was.

2. He was COMPLETELY unmplested or approached by authorities until he was ON THE TRAIN.

3. It was noted IMMEDIATELY that he was carrying NOTHING and DEFINATELY was not beleieved to be wearing an explosive vest.

4. Surveillance was quite HAPPY to sit next to him on the train...not fun if you think he has a belt of explosive on.

5. Goons (SAS Counter Terrorist Assassins) arrive on scene yelling and screaming. Brazil guy is identified by surveillance who then "bear hugs" him...Goons throw off surveillance and assassinate Brazillian guy with 7 shots to the head.

Brazillian guy was assassinated. He KNEW something.

God rest his soul.
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