7/7 Documentary maker arrested for extradition to UK
Muad’Dib made an explosive documentary called ‘7/7 The Ripple Effect’
Documentary filmmaker Muad’Dib, aka. Anthony John Hill, has just been arrested with a view to extraditing him to the UK. He apparently faces charges of Perverting The Course Of Justice for sending new evidence which may prove the innocence of three Muslim men currently on trial for ‘collaborating’ with the 7/7 bombers. They are on trial in Kingston, Surrey.
Watch Muad’Dib’s explosive film here: I am continually amazed, that ordinary people turned filmmakers can do, reasonably well, what the mainstream doesn’t have the guts to do.
Isn’t it about time we had an independent enquiry and inquests rather than endless ‘related’ trials and legal threats?
Here is the film this chap ‘allegedly’ made in 2007 called ‘7/7 The Ripple Effect’ - only available on the internet.
Raises some very serious questions about the official 7/7 government narrative.http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8756795263359807776http://jforjustice.co.uk/77
Man in court on foot of UK extradition warrant
Tuesday, 10 February 2009
A 60-year-old man wanted in the UK on a charge of perverting the course of justice during the trial of a number of men in connection with the London bomb attacks has appeared in the High Court this afternoon.
Anthony John Hill, orginially from Sheffield, was arrested on Carrig Street in Kells this morning on foot of a warrant issued by the authorities in Britain.
It is alleged he sent DVDs entitled “7/7 Ripple Effect” to the jury, the judge and members of the victims’ families.
The DVDs claimed the attack was an inside job and that the accused men were innocent.
The men in question are accused of conspiring with the bombers and of helping them to kill over 50 people on July 7th, 2005.
The High Court heard that, when arrested this morning, Hill said: “I sent them, I believe those men to be innocent.”
He has been remanded in custody until February 18th.http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/breaking-news/ireland