And here's what he said in reply:Monday 15 May 2006
Dear John Penrose,
As one of your constituents, I am writing to ask if you will be attending the presentation of the film 'Loose Change' which is being arranged by Michael Meacher MP. It will be shown at the Houses of Parliament on June 14th. If you have not already seen this film, I strongly urge you to attend this screening. The film contains compelling evidence which raises serious questions regarding the
official version of the events of September 11th. Please see also 'The New Pearl Harbor' by David Ray Griffin, the foreword of which was written by Michael Meacher.
Having thoroughly read and analysed both the ISC report and the Government narrative of the events of July 7th in London, I am dismayed to find them as full of omissions and unexplained anomalies as the Keane Commission report into 9/11. For example, the narrative states that the four accused men travelled from Luton to London on a train (the 0740) that eyewitnesses at Luton station say did not run that morning and that the Communications Manager for Thameslink Rail confirmed was cancelled. The narrative even states there were witnesses on the train who believe they saw the men, yet no such train ran, so it is hard to see how this can be factual.
This is just one example of a scenario stated within the narrative which simply could not have occurred. There are many more. If easily verifiable facts are not checked, then it is difficult to have faith in the veracity of the narrative.
I am co-editor of a website - http://www.julyseventh.co.uk -which aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the evidence which exists in the public domain so far and justification for the full, independent inquiry which the British public have been denied. Myself and my co-editors and researchers are extremely concerned that we are not being given a cohesive account of the events of July 7th and why they happened.
I would appreciate it if you would take the time to look at our website and the results of the research we have undertaken so far. Whether or not you have made up your mind personally about who committed these atrocities, I hope you will see that a need for the truth most certainly exists for the sake of the victims, the survivors and everybody affected by what happened that day.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Beverley Martin BSc (Hons)
Thank you for emailing me about the events of 11 September 2001 and 7 July 2005. My thoughts and prayers are with all those who lost their lives and their families, and I pay tribute to the men and women of our emergency services who coped so heroically on those terrible days.
I'm aware that many people strongly feel that there should be a full public inquiry into the 7 July bombings. The Home Secretary announced last December, however, that the Government does not propose to hold a public inquiry. Instead, a senior civil servant was to set out a 'narrative' account of what happened before and around 7 July.
I'd agree with you that this fell short of what is needed. This narrative and the ISC report raised more questions than it answered. I would like to see a proper inquiry, independent of Government. It should, in my view, be free to ask questions about issues such as the surveillance of the suspects before the attack and links between home-grown and international terrorists. I will therefore be keeping up my pressure on the Government to hold such an inquiry, and I hope the July Seventh Truth Campaign will help to push them to do so.
I'm afraid I'm occupied with constituency engagements on 14 June which means I can't watch Loose Change , but my researcher will be attending on my behalf. If there are any other issues you'd like to bring up in future, please feel free to contact me again.