August 20, 2006
Terrorism charges against the suspects allegedly involved in a plot to blow up transatlantic airliners are "imminent", The Sunday Telegraph has learnt.
The police are "hugely optimistic" that they will be able to bring charges against many of the suspects in the very near future, according to security sources.
I would bloody well hope so too. Be a little odd, scaring the nation witless, causing chaos at the airports, hauling 24 people off to jail if there were in fact no evidence now wouldn’t it?
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Whatever evidence the Police have uncovered in Britain so far about the alleged plot to blow up Transatlantic airliners in flight, the authorities in Germany are certainly very clear about what the Police have found there:
"The authorities in Germany have warned the country is facing the threat of terror attack after an arrest over an alleged plot to blow up two trains. The head of the federal crime office, Joerg Ziercke, said the hunt was on for a second suspect and the danger was 'still out there'.
"Prosecutors said details of the plot suggested the two had not acted alone. They appeared to be part of a terrorist group intent on carrying out serious acts of violence in Germany, they said. The man arrested at Kiel, in the north, early on Saturday is a 21-year-old Lebanese student.
"Two bombs were discovered on trains in the cities of Dortmund and Koblenz three weeks ago."
Posted by: Bob B | Aug 20, 2006 12:51:55 PM