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2,000th Post - Red Pill - Mysterious Non-existent Train on July 7th 2005

Posted on the 09 July 2011 by Freeplanet @CUST0D1AN
2,000th post - Red Pill - Mysterious non-existent train on July 7th 2005
At a Metropolitan Police press conference in the days after July 7th, it was announced that the alleged bombers caught the 7.40am Thameslink train from Luton to King's Cross. However, there is one small problem - independent public researchers confirmed that the 7.40am Thameslink train from Luton to King's Cross was cancelled and did not run on July 7th.
It turned out, that all trains were severely delayed on July 7th due to problems with overhead lines in the Mill Hill Area and the 7.40am train that they officially used to get to London was canceled, making it impossible for the suspected suicide bombers to be on the trains when the bombs exploded at the locations.
[source RED PILL]
But, surely, with the satisfactory closing of the 7/7 Inquest, and the paying off of the De Menezes family, this has all been TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT and there's no more mystery about the mystery train that didn't run on that day carrying 'actor bombers' to a pre-arranged terror simulation that went live...

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