Monday, 13 August 2007

Interview with Thomas Ikimi, cousin of Anthony Fatayi-Williams & director of The Homefront

"Anyone who thinks the [Home Office] report is a full account is not being serious or realistic. The holes are so glaring, that even as a story, it isn't a very good one."

-- Thomas Ikimi

On Friday 3rd August 2007, the July 7th Truth Campaign was contacted by Thomas Ikimi, the film-maker cousin of 7/7 victim Anthony Fatayi-Williams, with details about a newly released film dedicated to the memory of Anthony:

My cousin Anthony Fatayi-Williams was one of the 52 lost in the attacks. I wanted to let you know that I have been working on a project since July 2005 in relation to the bombings and my experiences as a family member affected by it. It is a documentary and it was released two days ago online via the website

Intrigued that at last one of the families bereaved on 7/7 was trying to tell their story of 7/7 and what followed, J7 arranged an interview with the film's director, Thomas Ikimi.

Read the J7 interview with Thomas Ikimi here.


Anonymous said... is down - does anyone know where I can get a copy of this film?

Bridget said...

You can watch it on google:

The Homefront