In the spirit of uncovering these facts and exposing the mis-information I have started to contact the Press Complaints Commission to have this information publicly corrected.
One such article appears on the Timesonline website dated 14/07/05 under the title CCTV pictures show London bus bomber and reports that Hasib Hussain is shown on CCTV mounting the stairs at Luton station before taking the 7.40 train to King's Cross.
This was not possible.
A comprehensive analysis of the events based on the few known facts of 7/7 can be found on the blog of The Antagonist.
I addressed the following complaint to the Press Complaints Commission
Dear Sir or Madam
I am writing to complain about the following publication: Timesonline
On the date of:July 14 2005
The Headline was: CCTV pictures show London bus bomber
My complaint details are as follows:
I believe the following section of the code has been breached by the Times.
i) The Press must take care not to publish inaccurate, misleading or distorted information, including pictures.
ii) A significant inaccuracy, mis-leading statement or distortion once recognised must be corrected, promptly and with due prominence, and - where appropriate - an apology published.
When they state the following:
Hasib Hussain, an 18-year-old from Leeds, is shown in a CCTV image mounting the stairs at Luton station before taking the 7.40am train to King's Cross.
This information is incorrect and misleading as no 7.40 train left Luton Station that morning and this information is readily available from Thameslink. In fact, no train left Luton thameslink after 7.40 that could have reached Kings X in time for these young men to board the underground trains.
The link to the article is: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,22989-1693797,00.html
If other concerned citizens complain about these inaccuracies and start asking for the true facts to be released the more likely we are to uncover the true story of the events of 7/7, because I for one remain unconvinced that what we are being told happened, actually was what did happen.