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Thursday, May 18, 2006

Ian Blair in trouble again and dirty bombs

"Sir Ian Blair, the beleaguered Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, yesterday faced an unprecedented barrage of public criticism from rank-and-file officers in his force, who said they had "no confidence" in him". Speaking on behalf of the Met's 24,000 constables, Peter Smyth said a series of "well-publicised, embarrassing gaffes" by Sir Ian had undermined the force." Telegraph

Later yesterday Ian Blair responds.

One story I can't find on the internet but I thought was very interesting that was in yesterday's Daily Mail was this:


"SIR IAN BLAIR wrongly told the Prime Minister terrorists had launched a dirty bomb or chemical weapons attack in London during the second wave of bombings last July.

[...] Tony Blair said he was not convinced and ordered intelligence chiefs at the meeting of the Cobra crisis committee that morning not to repeat the claim outside the room.

[...] Sir Ian ministerpreted the fizzing of failed explosives on July 21, which killed no one, as devices designed to kill hundreds of thousands of people. Security chiefs wer aghast that he appeared to endorse the worst case scenario in front of the Prime Minister before it had been confirmed.

[...] The first thing he said was, "Prime Minister, I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that is seems that there appear to be no serious casualties. The bad news is that it looks like a dirty bomb or chemical attack".' The Whitehall insider said: 'Jaws dropped to the desk'.


Sir Ian outlines how the description from the scene of the attacks' had been of small bangs and some bubbling noises'. There were reports of 'fizzing material falling out of bags'.

Intelligence experts at the meeting regarded the threat of a chemical or low level radiological bomb as 'highly improbable'. The source said: 'Anyone who knows about these things knows that the descriptions were consistent with badly-made explosives.'

'The Prime Minister said he was not convinced there was any evidence to suggest a dirty bomb or a chemical attack. He said he did not want the idea repeated outside the room.' (Daily Mail 17/5/06)

2 Comments:

Anonymous Watching Them, Watching Us said...

Sir Ian Blair was also wittering on about the fictional terrorist threat of "bubonic plague", after having admitted that he was not an expert on "Bird flu" during his partisan interview with Sir David Frost, right in the middle of last year's General Election campaign, when he should not have been making any political remarks at all.

Nobody, let alone someone in his priviliged position of power, should be allowed to spread false rumours about unconfirmed chemical. biological , radiological or nuclear threats.

12:49 PM  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

Hey Spyblog! absolutely...! Ian Blair has garnered quite a track record for presenting and presiding over wild and faulty information.

Superb article you've done on his pre-election madness. It's funny just yesterday I was going over some Ian Blair stories and his electioneering came up. It was an absolute shocking disgrace.

I don't know if anyone has done this yet but I am trying to put together an 'Ian Blair timeline', along the lines of the work on cooperativeresearch.org, already from starting that I can see the pressing need for an independent 7/7 timeline (maybe someone has already done that)

7:47 PM  

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