4 Responses to “Fire was no accident, says resident”

  1. ian says:

    As I mentioned on another post, Pudding lane 1666. Grenfel tower block 00:16 GMT on the 14th of the 6th, two sixes and the other digits add up to six.

  2. ian says:

    I might also add that whilst the BBC, official seems to be shocked by the word f*ck, they seem untroubled by the fact that they announced that building seven collapsed on 9/11 twenty minutes before it did, even though no steel frame building Grenfell tower included, ever in the history of the world, has ever collapsed due to fire.

  3. sovereigntea says:

    Another nail in the coffin.

    As early as 2013, a man named Francis O’Connor, a member of the Grenfell Action Group (GAG), urged councillors and landlord Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organization (KCTMO) to address the fire safety risks that new works on the building would cause.

    GAG had several times tried to warn the council and the landlord that the building of a school and gym next to the estate would restrict emergency services’ access, including firefighting vehicles.

    But a leaked letter reveals that officials at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea tried to silence the campaigners, sending a lawyer to threaten O’Connor.

    “I am instructed that you previously posted blogs that have in general been critical of everything that takes place at Lancaster West in relation to the Kensington Academy Leisure Centre and investment on the estate,” solicitor Vimal Sarna wrote to O’Connor in July 2013.

    It then instructs the group to delete the blog – an order the group did not follow.


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