Wednesday, January 5, 2011
7/7 ATTACK; DRUGS GANG
When the spooks stage a false flag terror attack, they need to make sure that their agents, and patsies, are in place in key positions.
Some of these agents, or patsies, may be, or may appear to be, firemen, or ambulance crew, or journalists, or policemen or whatever.
Some may be involved in drugs.
When PanAm 103 came down over Lockerbie, it is reported that the spooky people were ready and waiting.
On 7 July 2005, certain ambulances were being driven into London from Surrey, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire to help, but, there were others "in central London very near this site" that were not mobilised. (7/7 inquests: Firemen, equality and 'absurd' response to July 7 ...)
Simon Ford is a fireman.
He could be called to give evidence at the 7/7 inquiry.
He may know 'too much' about the 7/7 attacks on London.
On 7 July 2005, Simon Ford was at the scene of the explosion on the bus in Tavistock Square in London.
He won a medal for leading 'victims' to safety.
He lived a 'champagne lifestyle' and drove two Audis.
On 5 January 2011, we learn that Simon Ford, according to the police, was a key player in a gang that ran a £100 million drug empire."
(Fireman named hero after July 7 attacks is jailed over £100m drug ring)
He has been jailed for 14 years.
When police raided his home they found 110kg of cocaine.
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The drugs investigation began in 2007 and ended in February 2008.
Assets including land, property and bank accounts linked to the network have been traced to Israel.
And to Spain, India, UAE, Dubai and north Africa.
The gang included Israelis.
And British, Iraqi, Egyptian and Irish nationals, all resident in the UK.
Perry Silver, 52, of Mariskals, Basildon, admitted four counts of money laundering and received a 40-week suspended jail sentence.
Anthony Dennis, 43, of The Elms, Bassett Lane, Ongar, Essex, was handed a 52 week suspended sentence.
Don Crowley, 53, of Barton Way, St John's Wood, admitted money laundering "and has been sentenced".
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1344289/Hero-7-7-firefighter-jailed-14-years-police-smashed-100m-cocaine-cartel.html#ixzz1AAQlo2eo