Talk:2005 London bombings

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Is there a place for "Conspiracy evidence that may have been disproved"?

Is there a place for "Conspiracy evidence that may have been disproved"?

eg: this article in the Guardian by Mark Honigsbaum in which he says that he was the originator of a report that it "was believed" there had been an explosion "under the carriage of the train". Mark also said that "some passengers described how the tiles, the covers on the floors of the train, flew up, raised up".

Marks original report has spread all over the internet took on a life of their own.

"Did July 7 bombs explode under trains? Eyewitness accounts appear to contradict the theory that suicide bombers were responsible for killing 39 [sic] passengers on London's tube network that day." eg

"How Black Ops staged the London bombings: Staged terror events - like magic tricks - rely on misdirection to throw people off the track ... The bombs on the underground were not in the tube carriages. They were under the floors of the carriages." as believed by eg Wikipedia editor Toolbox 17:24, 14 July 2010 (IST)

TB - I'm away for a couple of days (daughter's graduation) - will get UTD with all the new stuff by the weekend. Answer to question - no specific place but if you think it is needed and conforms to overall project ratinale etc - go ahead and create it. So far as I am aware, nobody has come up with a convincing explanation for the photos that suggest under-floor explosions - there is also ample evidence for more than 4 explosions in total. The whole 7/7 subject warrants a lot of work here and much of the donkeywork has already been done by the J7 site - just needs porting here somehow I guess. In fact the whole site is still in its infancy so there are gaping holes even in the current category framework.
Welcome to the site btw --Peter P 07:37, 15 July 2010 (IST).