We are still waiting for the U.K. authorities to release a CCTV photo they claim to have, showing the alleged London bombers at King's Cross station before they split up. I suspect we will be a long time waiting.
In the meantime, let's take a closer look at the CCTV image of the four suspects entering Luton station supposedly to catch a London-bound train and wreak carnage.
There is an interesting anomaly in the photo which was released --a halo effect around two of the figures we can see. Sometimes these halos can appear as a side-effect of transferring an image from video to computer.
However it could also be because the four individuals have been photoshopped into the image --using earlier individual surveilance photos of the four alleged bombers. For such surveilance photos to exist, we assume these were pre-chosen patsies.
To illustrate, we removed the four from the photo -which is difficult. But, adding them into an empty CCTV image from earlier on the 7th July would be very easy.
Speaking of empty, it also interesting that apart from these four, nobody else is visible in the street -despite the time being 7:20am, well into the buzy morning rush.
Once you realize that the four may never have boarded any train for London -some alternative versions of the events of that day might occur to you.
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