De Menezes worked in London Subway?

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De Menezes worked in London Subway?
« on: March 14, 2009, 03:54:20 AM »
In the following improvised(?) lecture made by former MI5 agent David Shayler in 2005,

http://www.911truthbristol.com/audio/Shayler911@Cube.mp3

he seems to claim, at the Q&A session in the end, that De Menezes worked as an electrician in the London Subway.

(at 50 minutes and 00 seconds):

"I have a theory, this guy was an electrician, and he worked on the London Underground, and that he may therefore have inside information about what happened on 7/7. Again, I don't know if this is true or not."


I don't know if the part of him working in the London Underground is part of his theory or not. But I have not heard him claiming this anywhere else. Also, I haven't made any serious research about the 7/7 bombings, yet I have never seen or heard this anywhere else. Does anyone here know anything about this?

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Re: De Menezes worked in London Subway?
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2009, 12:39:27 PM »
David Shayler has no credibility, he has publicly stated that he is the ressurection of da Vinci and Jesus

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Re: De Menezes worked in London Subway?
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2009, 01:47:35 PM »
I know about the unfortunate fact that Shayler, apparently, has gone crazy. It' sad that he seems to have broke down due to all the pressure he has been subjected to. I hope he gets better.

But this lecture was made before that. And, as well as in other talks by him, and as in his 7/7 documentary "Mind the Gap", he sounds completely normal.

He's an intelligent person, like apparently most people who work in "intelligence" services are. And the only one I've seen explaining why 9/11 couldn't ever be just "prior knowledge", as well as calling the attention to how important and defining the 9/11 attacks have been to recent history.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5403286136814574974
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2953150409490347185

Two conclusions I've also made, but have not seen any high profile investigator make, in the course of my 9/11 research.

So I would find it strange that he would elaborate on his theory to the extent of claiming that de Menezes possibly worked in the London Subway. But again, as I said, I have not seen or heard this anywhere else. So my doubt remains.