The murder scene July 22, 2005. Jean Charles de Menezes ‘ body in a puddle of blood after police pumped seven slugs into his head.
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The London Met police claimed Jean Charles de Menezes was wearing a bulky coat to hide a bomb. But they lied. He was wearing a light denim jacket. They said he was running away, jumping turnstiles. But they lied. He walked nonchalantly like everyone else, completely unsuspecting that he was about to be murdered by a bloodthirsty gang of Israeli-trained London cops, who lie, lie and lie some more. The entire operation was a lie from it’s inception, through its execution and into its continuing subsequent whitewashing and coverup.
They could have easily detained him outside the station, which is the logical thing to do with a “suicide bomber” to prevent catastrophe, but the “controllers” purposely stalled to allow their prey to end up down in the tube where he could be properly dispatched out of the light of day. They say it was a “botched operation”, but the way these thugs operate, I doubt there was any mistake made on the part of the controllers. It was just another deception. They meant to have him killed to make an example out of him. In other words, “We have the power of life over death. We decide when you live and when you die. We are the new overlords. And best of all, we’re untouchable! hahahahaha!” But why are they so untouchable? Allow me to at least touch upon that.
Cressida Dick’s Kill Committee
Cressida Dick is a senior officer in London’s Metropolitan Police. Prior to Jean Charles de Menezes’ murder on July 22, 2005, she was largely unknown until it came to light that she was the “Gold Commander” of the operation overseeing the entire process from the control room. It was she who had authorized the standing “shoot to kill” policy on alleged suicide bombers that led to his death. This she did somehow apparently without legal or constitutional basis or precedent.
Ironically, despite this horrible fiasco for which she was responsible, Commander Dick was promoted to the rank of Deputy Assistant Commissioner in September 2006. Upon hearing of this, the bereaved family of Mr de Menezes naturally said they were “absolutely disgusted and outraged at what is just one more slap in the face”. It reminds one of all the promotions and back-slapping that followed in the wake of another fiasco and pandemic “failure” shrouded in the “fog of war” that occurred prior to and on September 11th, 2001. It would be a mystery as to why Commander Dick got that promotion until we realize something about her background that has yet to have much light shed on it.
You see, Cressida Dick is a member of “Common Purpose“.
Oh, you never heard of it? Well, it is just one of the most powerful supra-governmental organizations operating in the UK today. But then, you aren’t supposed to know that, so don’t feel bad. It has been exposed by former submarine warfare expert Brian Gerrish in a number of publications and videos available online. Mr Gerrish demonstrates that it is intimately tied into the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the Tavistock Institute and Princes Trust.
Common Purpose is a treasonous EU-sponsored secret society seeking to undermine British sovereignty through infiltration of all spheres of human activity, from schools, media and hospitals to police departments, government and the military. It controls 80,000 trainees in 36 cities with 18,000 senior graduate members including Commander Dick. As with many secret societies, though the general public has never heard of an organization called “Common Purpose”, its influence is pervasive and its power is enormous going right up through to the office of Prime Minister and beyond.
As in the Council on Foreign Relations and other treasonous supra-governmental secret societies, Common Purpose meetings are conducted under the “Chatham House Rule” which originates out of the Royal Institute of International Affairs and which reads as follows:
“When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.”
Implied in the rule is a tacit agreement not to mention that you went to the meeting, let alone discuss what went on in it, let alone that you are a member. In other words, what is said in the meetings is to be kept secret from the public, especially if you are a journalist or media editor or a police commissioner for that matter. This is how, for example, the Bilderbergers managed to keep the very existence of their group concealed from public view for fifty years.
Complete loyalty must be given to “Common Purpose” above country, religion, family, etc. Keep in mind, we are tallking about school administrators, police chiefs, social workers, mayors, members of parliment, bishops and military commanders. Much more can and will be written on this subject, but suffice it to say, this is a very evil and treasonous organization that seeks to literally demoralize and destroy British society from within, just the sort of thing this “shoot to kill” policy does as part of the overall Orwellian police state system.
Keeping the above in mind, we are told that Cressida Dick, the Gold Commander in charge of the operation, ruled that armed officers from Scotland Yard’s SO19 firearms team should carry out an arrest. But for some odd reason, this supposed order never reached the team which had standing orders to “shoot to kill” alleged suicide bombers and proceeded according to Commander Dick’s plan. The fact is, they were instructed that de Menezes was a suicide bomber. He was for all intents and purposes a suicide bomber to them, therefore shoot to kill was the logical conclusion. Hence without changing the standing order and simply stalling until the SO19 officers were out of radio contact is tantamount to giving the order to kill him.
Since Commander Dick did not verbally give a specific order to kill de Menezes, she is supposedly off the hook. Yet, the “shoot to kill” policy was put into place by her and so after getting no updated orders, Ivor and the others simply followed Mr. de Menzes down into the tube and proceed to blow his brains out.
Now here is a bizarre little gem from the London Times, dated October 12, 2007:
The police commander who was co-ordinating undercover and firearms teams that were trailing Jean Charles de Menezes gave her officers contradictory orders within a couple of minutes before he was shot, the Old Bailey was told yesterday. Commander Cressida Dick told her officers to apprehend their suspect, then to wait for armed support, before ordering again that he be stopped then changing her mind once more. Three minutes after Commander Dick gave the final command: “Do not let surveillance intervene,” he had been shot.
It is completely insane and one has to wonder if the truth is being told here as well or not. If it is, then I think the most telling statement in this whole thing is the final command: “Do not let surveillance intervene”. In other words, proceed with the shoot to kill plan.
Who is ultimately responsible for de Menezes murder? None other than Commander Dick and her masters at Common Purpose. There is no way around it.
The Post 9/11 New Way of Thinking
9/11 is a proven lie, another Hollywood production for an ignorant dumbed-down public. So was 7/7, yet another false-flag operation, with simultaneous drills in exactly the same three stations, designed to get people to surrender their liberties for “security” from the loving Big Brother global fascist state. These psychological operations were acts of war by the elite aristocracy against the public. In turn, numerous other operations have been carried out based upon the post 9/11 paradigm of fear. The concept of “shoot to kill” was justified upon this very lie. Therefore, as I stated from the beginning, the entire thing is a lie from its roots on up.
So, will you believe what they say now about Mr de Menezes? They are still lying you know, and won’t stop lying about this crime probably for the rest of their lives. And for their loyalty and devotion to the job, they will get their medals of dishonor, their elevation in the masonic lodge and maybe even knighthoods. Commander Dick will probably get a directorship in Common Purpose International for her “service” to the EU Soviet. Mmm, wouldn’t that be nice?
And since these disgusting lying cops are now the new gods, whose boots must now be licked with complete subservience, they will maintain immunity from prosecution just as murdering troops, commanders and mercenaries in Iraq keep getting off virtually scott-free for gunning down entire families in their homes, on the sidewalks and in their cars. All rooted in the lie of 9/11.
British police still have shoot-to-kill powers of anyone suspected of being a terrorist and de Menezes will probably not be the last to die like this. How would you like it if this happened to your dear sweet son, or your loving brother? No matter who you are, you must see the total absurdity, criminal brutality and injustice of this heinous event and you must speak out against it and the absolute corruption that set the stage for it. If not, then don’t cry when they kill or maim your own loved ones.
This type of garbage will just go on and on, getting worse and worse unless people wake up and realize that all of their freedoms are being stripped from them by a neofeudal elite, unrestrained by traditional values like life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. This is war and they mean business. We can handle the truth and we can do something about it. We have to stop them now, before we are all microchipped, because by then, it will be just about too late.
PW. . .
On the escalator, the killers stalk their prey (JC), moments from his death
CCTV reveals Menezes’ final moments
By James Macintyre
Jean Charles de Menezes was shown picking up a morning paper and walking calmly through Stockwell Tube station in the moments before he was shot dead on the Underground by police, in CCTV footage released last night.
Contrary to reports at the time, Menezes – who had been mistaken by police for a suicide bomber – was not running and did not jump over the ticket barriers, the newly released footage clearly showed.
The first images of Menezes in the build-up to his death came after a police officer present at the shooting described the “shocking” moments that the innocent Brazilian was pinned down and then shot seven times in the head. The surveillance officer, codenamed Ivor, told the Old Bailey that the incident – which came in the aftermath of an attempted “second wave” of attacks on the Tube following the 7 July bombings in 2005 – was distressing to passengers on the Northern Line train.
Ivor described how he moved into action “instinctively” after Menezes got up from his seat. He told the jury: “I grabbed Menezes, wrapping both my arms around the torso, pinning his arms against his side, pushing him back to the seat with the right-hand side of my head against the right-hand side of his torso, pinning him to the seat.
“He appeared to stiffen up. He was not in a natural sitting position but he was back in the seat where he had been sitting. After a few moments I felt his head turn towards me. I was aware of a CO19 officer kneeling on the seat to my left. I heard a gunshot very close to my left ear and was hit by a shockwave of a gun being discharged.”
At one point, the officer said, he was apparently mistaken for a suspect himself amid chaotic scenes in which he found himself with a gun being turned on him. “I was aware that the long-barrelled weapon was levelled at my chest and the barrel of a gun was at my head,” he said. “Given this, I held out my hands and shouted ‘police’.”
By chance, the plain-clothes officer was dressed “virtually identically” to Menezes in jeans, a denim jacket and trainers. He was then dragged away from the scene before putting his black police cap on.
“I could hear several gunshots and shouting and screaming, but nothing more specific,” Ivor said. “The scene was extremely violent, extremely noisy and obviously distressing.
“Members of the public were emptying the carriage, obviously in distress. There was a lot of gunsmoke. It was obviously a shocking incident.”
The officer described the immediate thinking that led to his decision to accost Menezes. “Given the nature of the subject we were deployed against, I had to make an assessment within seconds. I was concerned that his hands may come together and instinctively pinned his hands to his side.
“I was obviously concerned that he may be carrying arms or had explosives in his possession which could be a threat to the public on the carriage.”
Police had waited outside Menezes’s home in Scotia Road, south London – an address that, according to police, had been connected to the 21 July attempted bomber Hussain Osman – before following him on to two buses and then into Stockwell Tube station.
The police were uncertain as to the identity of Menezes. Ivor told the court: “I requested via my radio whether or not Menezes should be detained. I received the reply that I should wait.”
He added: “I was certainly in a position to effect some sort of detention of Menezes.”
The Office of the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police denies a single charge of exposing the public to risk in breach of health and safety legislation.
The hearing is set to continue today.
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Caught on CCTV, the final journey of Stockwell shooting victim
British police were advised by Israeli security forces
A senior officer told the Metropolitan Police’s trial over the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes that the Israelis warned of new terror tactics. Two elite firearms officers shot the electrician seven times on a train at Stockwell Underground Station fearing he was one of the men responsible for the previous day’s failed suicide bombings.
The firearms officers who shot an innocent Brazilian man had been instructed to follow “unusual tactics” drawn up to neutralise the “deadly” threat of potential suicide bombers, a court heard today. On the second day of the health and safety prosecution of the Metropolitan Police at the Old Bailey, the jury was told that the officers had been briefed on the morning of Jean Charles de Menezes’ death that they may be ordered to shoot someone in the head at close range. They were issued with special ammunition that prevented suspects from reacting after they had been shot, and told to expect to deal with “deadly” and “up for it” suicide bombers carrying concealed devices.
Clare Montgomery QC, prosecuting, said that these were “unusual tactics that the department had not used before”, quoting the evidence of the firearms unit’s team leader, referred to under his code name of Ralph. Ralph understood this to mean they might have to shoot someone point blank in the head,” she said.
Though surveillance officers, some armed, were sent to the flats, specialist firearms officers from Scotland Yard’s CO19 squad – then SO19 – were to stop anyone who left. However, the court heard that this strategy was not followed.
No-one was stopped and there was an “inexplicable” delay of more than four hours between the first request to the firearms team and their arrival.
Some stopped en route to get petrol. [four hours to get petrol?]
They came on the scene after Mr de Menezes had left for work at 9.33am. Surveillance officers followed him onto a bus and the tube at Stockwell tube in south London. None of them positively identified him as the suspect. Some thought he might be; others not.
However, the fact that their views were “never cut and dried” was not clearly understood in Scotland Yard – where some staff were struggling to hear radio messages amid the noise from a crowd of officers who wanted to know what was going on but had “no real business being there”. One of the commanders, Cdr Cressida Dick, instructed that Mr de Menezes should be challenged before he went on the tube. In the apparent absence of the firearms officers she said surveillance officers should intervene but, when the SO19 team arrived, ordered them not to.
The surveillance officers were unaware that the firearms officers were “clattering” into the station behind them and one was threatened with a gun after Mr de Menezes was shot.
A gun was also pointed at the tube driver at one point.
Miss Montgomery said: “You may think that the fact that police ended up pointing a gun at another policeman and mistaking a terrified train driver for a bomber gives you a clue as to just how far wrong the operation had gone.”
The trial, in which the two officers who shot Mr de Menezes will not be called, and some will give evidence from behind screens, is due to last six weeks. The Met denies the charge.
A detective leading a covert police operation following Jean Charles de Menezes asked control room bosses at least three times if he should detain him before he entered Stockwell Tube station, the Old Bailey heard today.
The officer, known as “James”, said he became “tetchy” after controllers told him to wait even though the 27-year-old Brazilian electrician – who police believed was 21/7 bomber Hussain Osman – was seconds from the radio dead zone of the Underground.
James, who contacted the control room while Mr de Menezes was still on a bus from Brixton to Stockwell, said: “I came on the radio and asked them a question: ‘Do you want me to detain the subject before he goes down to the Tube?’
My instructions were to wait. I told them we had got to make a decision and we have probably about 20 seconds. I said again: ‘Do you want this man detained?’
“I said ‘If you don’t give me any answer he is going to be down in the Tube and we will lose radio contact.’ I don’t know how many times I asked that question, it was at least three times.
“I just got, wait, wait, wait. I started to get tetchy and put down the telephone.”
James told the court how he had ordered his team to follow the Brazilian into the station but was alarmed to hear a firearms unit had also arrived.
The unit had not been at an earlier briefing and did not know the identities of the covert officers, jurors heard.
James said: “My concerns was that officer ‘Ivor’ was dressed identically to Mr de Menezes. He had a denim jeans and a denim jacket and someone coming onto the plot might be confused.” He was worried a police officer might accidentally shoot a colleague: “I have got five surveillance officers down there who are all armed. They are in control of the subject and if the subject does something they can deal with it.
The detective said he had become “frustrated” earlier in the day when, during a briefing in the control room, Detective Inspector Andrew Whiddett ordered his surveillance team to “con-tain” suspects.
When officer ‘”Harry” asked Mr Whiddett to explain “contain”, the officer allegedly shrugged his shoulders and refused to elaborate.