Finsbury Park Cover-up? PM May says ‘Lone Wolf’ – But 4 separate witnesses say THREE men were in attack van
21st Century Wire says…
Early this morning, the mainstream media reported that another terrorist attack took place in London. We’re told that one man died and 10 people were injured after a 48 year-old man drove a white van onto the pavement running over worshippers after late night Ramadan prayer at the Muslim Welfare House in Finsbury Park.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick stated that the incident was “quite clearly an attack on Muslims.”
Theresa May announced that the police were on the scene in only 1 minute, and that incredibly, police had officially declared the event a “terrorist incident” after just 8 minutes. Police apprehended one man, supposedly white-caucasian, who they say was motived by hate for Muslims.
IMAGE: The suspect in custody was driving a rented white van (pictured above).
This afternoon in her lunchtime statement, Prime Minister Theresa May reiterated that the terror attack was indeed a ‘lone wolf’ attack.
Watch the following BBC segment from this afternoon; at the 1 min 50 second mark, May clearly states, “The early assessment with the police is that the attacker acted alone.”
However, at least four separate testimonies were made on camera this morning at the scene of the incident – which tell an entirely different story.
Question: With such a high-profile incident, how is it possible that the official statement could differ so greatly from multiple eye-witnesses on the ground?
Watch the following segment broadcast on Sky News, where Mohammed clearly states that there were 3 men in the alleged attack van – one man was and held down by the crowd before eventually being apprehended by the police. Watch:
The next segment shows the BBC at the scene in the immediate aftermath of the event, and interviewing a man by the name of ‘Khalid’ who, like Mohammed on Sky News, clearly states that there were 3 men in the alleged attack van. “… Two, they ran, and one got arrested after people surrounded him there [at the scene].” Watch:
Here is third man at the scene, interviewed by Ruptly News Agency. His testimony is secondhand but on-the-scene nonetheless. He describes how he came out of the mosque and photographed the suspect arrested by police and was told by persons close to him that two other men were in the van and who quickly ran on foot. Watch:
The following was a statement given by Adil Rana, 24 years old, on the scene of the incident, who spoke with Sky News and stated that there were three men in the van, and two escaped on foot. Rana’s full statement was available on video this morning as of 11:30am at Sunrise Radio’s website at the following page, which has been taken offline for some reason:
On a separate Sunrise Radio page is a reduced statement by Rana which only mentions one man – the driver of the white van.
If any one of these witness statements is true, and this was indeed a terrorist attack – then that means their are currently TWO fugitive terrorist suspects on the loose at present. If this is the case, then by definition, this omission by police and the government would be a cover-up.
Question: Are police currently looking for the two men who fled on foot – as testified by multiple persons on the scene?
JUNE 19, 2017 BY 0 COMMENTS