ALL FOUR BOMBERS DIED
All four suspected bombers died during the London terror attacks, according to police sources.
SkyNews | July 12, 2005
that all of the suspected patsies should have been blown up in their own attacks even though the last word was that the attacks were not suicide bombings, but synchronized, timed bombings. This is pure media-manipulation sleight of hand. Its designed to distract from the revelation that exercises that precisely mirrored the bombings were happening in the Tube as the bombs were going off around London. Its the same trick used in Madrid - first the government tried to blame ETA and when that wouldn't stick, it turned to the old standby of Islamic Extremists. When investigators tracked the patsies to an apartment in
Leganés, the so-called terrorists supposedly blew themselves up in the stand-off. Suspects dead, case closed the government said. They are trying to play the same tired hand in London.
Sky News crime correspondent Martin Brunt said three bombers died in separate Tube attacks and one was killed in the No 30 bus blast.
It was still not clear if the man on the bus had been a suicide bomber.
It follows witness reports of a man on the bus in an agitated state constantly looking into his bag before the blast in Tavistock Square.
Brunt said police had made a number of arrests in Leeds today in relation to last Thursday's bombings.
They were also poised to make arrests in London, he said.
The news comes as armed police search a house in Leeds after the Army used a controlled explosion to get in.
Hundreds of people had already been evacuated from the area around Hyde Park Road, Burley.
No one was in the house at the time but armed officers had been used as a precaution.
Five other homes in Leeds had earlier been raided by police hunting the terrorists behind last week's attacks.
Neighbours at one of the addresses said a 22-year-old man who lived there with his family had gone missing.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair said the raids were "directly connected" to Thursday's atrocity.
Hours later, police evacuated Luton railway station and car park to recover a vehicle suspected of being linked with the terrorist attacks.