posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 06:10 PM
"Detectives have trawled through around 80 hours of CCTV so far. They have visited 140 locations and recovered 33 digital devices from a number of
addresses in Wales."
80 hours of CCTV? And 140 locations? What if it turns out to have been an accident, caused by a drunk driver?
I presume they are trying to somehow make sure they delete all the CCTV that shows the actual incident occurring... before the court case.
You'll notice that this COMPLETELY BIASED article says "Nine other people were taken to hospital when a van driver targeted the area busy, with
worshippers attending Ramadan night prayers at the nearby mosque."
"nearby" meaning "500 yards away".
You'll also notice that it says "Finsbury Park mosque tragedy in pictures".
But it happened in Whadcoat Street. The BBC must be kicking themselves that they produced that aerial map showing exactly where the incident
It's VERY simple: If the van driver had been deliberately trying to kill muslims by running them over, he would have smashed into the BOLLARDS that
are less than twenty yards from the entrance to Whadcoat Street, because he would have been accelerating, not decelerating. The fact that the front of
the van has not been smashed in by a bollard or bollards proves that he was decelerating and was able to stop before hitting them.
And that is IT. That is all you need to know about this case. Any detective worth his salt would have come to this conclusion on the night of the
incident, as soon as he saw where the van was stopped, and the lack of damage on the front of it.