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Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Massive Police blunders in Stockwell exposed

ITV news aired quite a scoop tonight by acquiring leaked documents from the official investigation into the the horrific execution style killing of Jean Charles De Menezes.

The report on ITN's site is not as in depth as the ITV report which went further, but leaked documents from the investigation are utterly contrary to the original story that Police Chief Sir Ian Blair endorsed at the time.

Astonishingly, Police judged that Jean Charles De Menezes was alleged 21st July bomber Osman Hussain despite no positive identification, other than he had "distinctive Mongolian eyes".

The ITV news exposé and the Channel 4 report describe how a member of the police surveillance team outside the watched address was 'relieving himself' while trying to identify the suspect and admitted he could not operate the video camera at the same time.

Yet, Police HQ eventually concluded "That's him. Shoot don't challenge"

A document describes CCTV footage, which shows Mr de Menezes entered Stockwell station at a "normal walking pace" and descended slowly on an escalator.

By 10am that morning, elite firearms officers were provided with what they describe as "positive identification" and shot De Menezes eight times in the head and upper body.

The leaked documents acquired by ITV news express:

CCTV in the station was working fine, unlike early reports that it wasn't

Police were ordered not to let him get on the tube

Jean Charles De Menezes was sitting down when shot

He didn't run or vault the ticket barrier, possibly stepped up pace to catch the tube waiting to depart from the platform.

No bulky long coat (as was already debunked)

He displayed no erratic behavior

Didn't trip and fall

And most importantly the ITV report indicated how no challenge was made by Police, totally at odds with Ian Blair's earlier statements which said:

"...the man was challenged and refused to obey police instructions."

As well as the armed officers on train there was a member of a police surveillance team guiding them.

It is now time for Ian Blair to consider his position, but sadly as with the terrorist threat the real Culprit or Mastermind who bears wider responsibility remains at large and unaccountable.


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