Tuesday, September 04, 2007
Theyconveniently ignore the fact the media was full of misinformation it self. The claims commonly attributed to the Met originally came from the media themselves not the Met.
These eye witness accounts were reported by the BBC not the met.
- "I saw an Asian guy. He ran on to the train, he was hotly pursued by three plain clothes officers, one of them was wielding a black handgun." [bbc.co.uk]
- he just sprinted away as soon as the doors opened. [bbc.co.uk]
- and "He [the suspect] had a baseball cap on and quite a sort of thickish coat - it was a coat you'd wear in winter, sort of like a padded jacket." [bbc.co.uk]
Their intent seems to be to incite hatred of the Police, or just maybe they are trying to cover up their own fabrications and gross distorts of the truth.