July 7, 2018 at 10:07 am #854685
2018 Hoax management
Another year, another anniversary of the psy-op/drill where #NDNGH
Who’s being pushed into the spotlight to keep the lie alive?
Cue Michael Henning who thinks about it [the lie] every single day
still suffers anxiety from reliving the attack 13 years on.
On the eve of the anniversary of the atrocity, Michael Henning told how he finds it difficult to cope as images of the aftermath of the blast on a Tube train near Aldgate flash through his mind.
Last May, Tony Walter, who survived the Edgware Road bomb, was found dead, with friends saying he had taken his life hours after the Manchester Arena bombing.
Mr Henning will spend the day at his home in Sussex with his girlfriend. He said: “I used to go to the anniversary event in Hyde Park but this year I’m keeping it quiet.
I took this week off work as it felt a bit heavy this year.”
suuuure, that difficult 13th anniversary….
These are the phony crisis actor images which flash through my mind
As he said at the phoney inquest, five years later…
“It feels completely real to me now as I speak.
Here’s a video from 2015, Michael’s “hellish journey”
“What is this, what is this?” he says
Answer – it was a drill. And Michael was straight onto the BBC outside the London Hospital with his story for the morning of 8/7/2005
His BS inquest story is here, p 44 onwards
not long after we set out all I saw was yellow light and what appeared to be silver lines in front of my eyes – which turned out to be the glass.
In fact Henning seems to have the best 7/7 memory contract of the lot, here he was in 2006
There were no medical supplies to be used and people were improvising with ties and belts, with little medical experience.
Ah yes, the old tourniquet lark. What a disgrace the emergency services must have been!
A lifetime actor.
Henning’s story is inextricably linked with one allegedl lawyer “Melanie Jane O’Dell” who allegedly accompanied him with his “injuries” while she was making an absurdly roundabout journey from Maidenhead to Paddington…
It smells like BS, with a huge contradiction in the narrative.
http://77inquests.blogspot.com/2010/10/strange-account-of-ross-mallinson.htmlJuly 7, 2018 at 5:26 pm #854689
Actually it was Melanie Odell, not O’Dell as erroniously reported at the Inquest.
She may normally have been commuting from Cookham, near Maidenhead to the Tower Bridge area
Melanie Jane Odell
Solicitor Admitted as a solicitor: 17/02/92
Associate, the West of England marine insurers
Here’s Mr Henning being taken over the jumps by his QC in 2010 [just say yes, Mr Henning…]
QC – You were able, when you reached the platform level, to phone your girlfriend.
Melanie O’Dell, the lady who accompanied you out, lent you her phone or she made the call for you, and I think you were then treated, a large amount of glass was taken out of your face and your arm, your right-hand side, and you described to the police how you were extremely shaken and nervous as a result, understandably, of the terrible events inside the tunnel, and off work for a while. But you rallied and you gave evidence subsequently to the London Assembly in the same way that you have told us?
A. Yes, that’s right.
Melanie is no longer part of Henning’s script.
Here’s Melanie being taken over the jumps
9 QC. I think after Liverpool Street, you were just leaning forward to get something out of your bag when there was a very loud bang
A. I started coughing and leant forward to get some water out of my laptop bag and, as I leant forward, there was like a blinding flash and a bang and I just put my head over — my hands on my head and kept down, and then loads of glass — like small pieces of glass kept flying in — at one point it was like somebody was standing there throwing glass, because it came in pulses, and I just kept my head down, covered.
Q.C. Did you take a little time to calm people around you and to try to impose some modicum of order on the people around you?
Melanie – Yes, I was surprisingly vocal. You never know how you’re going to react in that sort of situation, but I was — yes, quite loud.
Q.C, And it worked?
A. Yes, there was myself and another girl.
Q.C. There was, I think, we’ve heard evidence, one man with a head injury, Mr Henning, Michael Henning, you knew him as Michael at the time?
Q. Now, you prepared, in fact, a second witness statement for the police. You had done one for them long back, way back in July 2005, but in August 2010, you prepared another statement, at the request of my Lady [Hallett] in fact,
Her memory returns 5 years down the line….how helpful.. and a time confirmation to help with the narrative.
Melanie – Well, I know the bomb went off at ten to [viz 8.50], because I had just checked my watch because I was late for work, so I was worried about being late for work, and I know, by the time we got up to Aldgate, it was about 25 to,
because I know I phoned my mother bang on quarter to and I phoned my colleague at work.
Very kind, ringing one’s mother to keep her in the picture.
Q.C. Did you take Mr Henning with you, in fact, towards the rear of the train as well?
A. Yes, he wanted me to hold his hand and he wanted me to stay — he asked me to stay with him.
Q.C And so obviously, because he was injured, you did so?
and then Melanie invokes Ross who wasn’t even on the train. Whoops.
Not much on Melanie’s fb page
or anywhere else for that matter, seems like she doesn’t want to dwell on being the angel of mercy at Aldgate…
hmmmmJuly 8, 2018 at 5:24 am #854691
Another who has gone “underground” since the inquiry was the heroic driver [of one year’s experience] of the Aldgate underground train, Timothy Batkin.
hmmm interesting tube train driver, whose father is a military historian
Batkin’s train in the drill. He had worked elsewhere on London Underground for 5 years previous to becoming a driver, area not disclosed.
‘When the first passengers…reached me I could see their faces were blackened with soot and dirt and bloodied. And their clothes were torn and shredded.’
Ah yes, the transparent crisis actor routine.
Naturally, the train radio was damaged in the explosion, so he had to resort to his own cellphone.
Desperate to raise the alarm, Mr Batkin opened his cab door into the carriage and asked terrified passengers if any of their mobile phones were working.
It was at this point that he realised his own mobile phone had a signal and he was able to called the control room.
Before making the call, Mr Batkin, 37, had rubbed together two copper wires running along the Tube tunnel wall to shut off the power so passengers could escape.
Giving evidence to the inquest into the London bombings at the High Court yesterday, Mr Batkin told how he jumped out of the driver’s cab and ushered up to 500 passengers to Aldgate station.
‘I remember people crying out for help,’ he said. ‘It was a chilling, haunting cry for help – something which still makes my blood run cold when I think about hearing it.
The Inquest transcript of Batkin’s evidence is here, p.57 et seq.
To support the narrative, Batkin’s alleged personal cellphone call bill was produced for the inquest
Fascinating! The point was to show he called, allegedly, his line manager Ayo Puddicombe at 8.51 AM from “Central London”.
Interestingly, we see several calls to VBletchingdon, Oxfordshire at various times of the day, which seems to be where one of his younger sisters lives, who married in 1997.
So, a 32 year old man with a girlfriend, allegedly, is in constant touch with a married sister or brother-in-law who lives in the Bletchingdon area, Kidlington. Rrrright.
And our tube driver is a friend of the local school….
We currently have 2 friends:
Sean Brogan Tim Batkin
Both villages are very close to Weston-on-the-Green where Sarah Batkin is head chef at an antiques centre restaurant
July 8, 2018 at 4:12 pm #854695
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Let’s have a quick look at the absurd story of “Tony Walters” [occasionally referred to as Walter]
His name only popped up at the inquest as a prepared statement. His full name was not supplied
I received bruising in my feet and lower right leg. I remember feeling that I was being electrocuted from my feet up. When I looked at the damaged area, I could see a large hole in the front of the train.
suuuure, even if he existed.
John Pritchard, his boss at Legal 500, told devastated colleagues of the suspected suicide on Thursday. He said: “It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that Tony has committed suicide.
“The police attended this morning to tell us that Tony took his life.
which is all the more strange since there had been no autopsy at that time
Friends believe the Manchester bombing, coupled with the Westminster attack in March when four people were killed by Khalid Masood, brought back traumatic memories of 7/7 and Tony could not cope…“Everyone that knew Tony believes he is the 23rd victim of the Manchester Arena attack.
“Suicide bomber Salman Abedi is responsible for Tony taking his life as well as those he killed.”
Tony’s sister-in-law Sheila Walters said: “It’s a tragedy and we’re devastated. Tony was such a lovely man.”
A fellow survivor of the 7/7 attacks has told The Sun of his shock at learning of Tony’s death.
Dan Biddle, 38, was on the same carriage when the Edgware station bomb went off, taking both of his legs, his spleen and his left eye.
He said the Manchester bombing also brought back memories of his own struggle with suicidal thoughts.
So far we find no probate for a “Tony Walter or Walters” who allegedly died on or around May 23 2017.
However, at the Legal 500 / GC Powerlist we find the briefest of mentions…
RIP Tony Walters
9/12/1964 – 24/5/2017
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