Thursday, July 21, 2005

More terrorist attacks in London

The butchers strike again:
Four "explosions or attempts at explosions" have hit three London Underground stations and a bus two weeks after the July 7 terror attacks, the city's police chief has said.

Thursday's small blasts came two weeks to the day after bombs on three Tube trains and a bus killed 52 people and the four bombers.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Ian Blair said the situation was "absolutely under control." He told reporters there had been "one confirmed casualty and that is not a fatality."
Here's hoping Tony Blair keeps his famous resolve. And here's hoping that Ken Livingstone begins to see the idiocy of statements like this.
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