Sunday, July 24, 2005

Is it OK for the terrorists to just say SORRY?

It was confirmed today that the man who was yesterday chased and shot dead in Stockwell Tube Station by the London Police had nothing whatsoever to do with the London bombings on 707, or those attempted bombings on 2007.

A Scotland Yard statement said the shooting was a "tragedy" which was regretted by the Metropolitan Police.

The man was shot dead after police followed him from a south London flat to Stockwell Tube station on Friday.......

The statement read: "We believe we now know the identity of the man shot at Stockwell Underground station by police on Friday 22nd July 2005, although he is still subject to formal identification.

"We are now satisfied that he was not connected with the incidents of Thursday 21st July 2005.

"For somebody to lose their life in such circumstances is a tragedy and one that the Metropolitan Police Service regrets."

The statement confirmed the man was followed by police from a block of flats that was under surveillance.

The man's death is being investigated by officers from the MPS Directorate of Professional Standards, and will be referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

The Police chased an innocent man, who obviously fled in fear for his life and, then, when they trapped him, the killed a man who was down on the ground, helpless and cowering, in front of them.

Is Blair saying "Sorry" and counting this as "Collateral" damage to preserve his values and ideology?

Is it OK for the "terrorists" to just say "SORRY" for the "collateral damage" they cause?

What has this world become?

The US and British have destroyed any semblance of law and order in this world by their pre-emptive behaviour, not only in Iraq, but on the streets of their countries as well as in other countries around the world. The kidnapping in Italy by the CIA is a story by itself.

The Police who were involved with this killing of this innocent man in London Stockwell Tube Station should be tried, condemned, strung up and flogged in public.

But, above all, the man behind this chaos, Tony Blair, is the one who should be flogged till he is black and blue.

Let him make public peace with his "Maker" for all the "Blood of innocents on his hands" during his flogging.


At 22:42, Blogger Laban said...

Field Marshal Mannerheim must be turning in his grave to think his country is being represented by such a wet dishcloth.

It wasn;'t that sort of attitude which drove the Russiands back across Karelia.


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