Tuesday, 20 June 2006

J7 Nominated for New Media Awards 2006

The July 7th Truth Campaign has been nominated for the New Statesman New Media Awards 2006. Below are the comments that were submitted with the nominations:

July 7th Truth Campaign

For seeking justice for those that dies at the hands of terrorists and for doing what the disasterous UK Government doesn't. Michael Allan

Independent investigation into the events in London on 7th July 2005, exposing the factual errors in the Home Office Official Report ("Narrative") and the many contradictions and unanswered questions in media coverage. Christopher Main

Superb, meticously researched investigative website questioning every aspect of the muddled and contradictory official narrative of the July the 7th bombings in London. mark groak

The July 7th truth campaign was set up in the wake of the London bombings. With it's associated People's Investigation Forum and blog, it provides a fully comprehensive analysis of the events of that day. Given the anomalies in the Govt's Official Report (such as the train from Luton that we are told they boarded, the 7.40, was cancelled that morning), the need for a fully independent public inquiry is essential to prevent the possibility of a massive miscarriage of justice that surpasses even the Birmingham 6 and Guildford 4. Bridget Dunne

They are presenting information which other media won't touch. The New Statesman should consider awarding them an award in order to put pressure on the govt to RELEASE THE EVIDENCE AND FOR A FULLY INDEPENDENT INQUIRY. It isn't just about dotting the i's and crossing the t's on the Iraq war blowback model, we need to first establish what happened before we can work out how to stop recurrence. The site is very tight, factual, questioning - it is NOT ideoplogically driven, but genuinely open-minded and critical. Keith Paton

On behalf of the July 7th Truth Campaign and the 70 members of the July 7th People's Inquiry Forum, many thanks to those of you who submitted a nomination.

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