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Tony Farrell 'Principal Intelligence Analyst' S Yorks Police Tribunal

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Tony Farrell 'Principal Intelligence Analyst' S Yorks Police Tribunal

Post by Daisy on Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:23 am

Whether you believe in Tony Farrells 'theories' or not, this is a very interesting case to watch, I believe it concludes today (9 sept). Not surprisingly the mainstream media have hardly given him a mention, apart from ridicule from the Sun (link below). I found this blog though, it's a bit long but explains his case well.

Tony Farrell, 'Principal Intelligence Analyst' For South Yorkshire
Police (the UK's 18th largest force), was sacked in July 2010 for
submitting in his annual review that the major threat of terrorism
against British people came from within the UK state apparatus rather
than from Islamic fundamentalists. Mr Farrell had worked in this
position for twelve years and his previous work record was, his
employers admitted, 'impeccable'.

However, in this 2010 report he asserted that both 7/7 and 9/11 were 'inside jobs'.

One can understand the dilemma this posed for South Yorkshire Police.

One can understand his being sacked. Tony himself well understood that this would almost certainly be the outcome of his actions.

Earlier
this year an Employment Tribunal upheld SYP's decision when they
rejected TF's claim against them for 'unfair dismissal'.

I
attended the first day of Tony Farrell's appeal against this decision in
Sheffield Employment Tribunal yesterday. Tony cannot afford legal
representation but this probably matters little. He is being
assisted/represented by well-known public speaker and polymath Ian R Crane.

I
had attended a 'Friends of Tony' gathering the previous evening and it
was clear that the substance of the appeal would be to pursue the
'procedural' argument, i.e. that procedures were violated by the SYP
resorting to summary dismissal without reviewing or investigating any of
his analysis that had caused the dismissal.

However, in court, while listening to the interrogation of the SYP
witnesses I found it difficult not to sink into a sort of gloom.
Nitpicking exchanges over nuances of procedure somehow missed the point.


The Director of Finance who sacked TF was a transparently
decent man. One could easily understand the 'impossible' position in
which he found himself. Any normal person would naturally ask
themselves, "What else was he supposed to do?" This man even said that
Tony Farrell's allegations "could be right.".....but it turns out that
the UK police policy on 'terrorism' is the responsibility of the
Metropolitan Police.



Read on: http://kevboyle.blogspot.com/2011/09/someone-elses-business.html

Sun Newspaper report: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3699907/77-was-a-plot-by-the-Government.html

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Re: Tony Farrell 'Principal Intelligence Analyst' S Yorks Police Tribunal

Post by Big Vern on Fri Sep 09, 2011 1:37 am

I firmly believe that 9/11 and 7/7 were false flag attacks.

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Not the only ones either

Post by tigger on Fri Sep 09, 2011 7:02 am

@Big Vern wrote:I firmly believe that 9/11 and 7/7 were false flag attacks.

Not the first or only ones either.

'About 70% of the people in Iraq were pro Saddam, therefore it was a dictatorship
About 70% of the people in the UK were against going to war in Iraq, therefore it was a democratic decision to do so.

Libya was ruled by a mad dictator. Tony Blair has a direct line to God.

Best docu on 9/11 and 7/7 is 'Unter Falsche Flagge' it's on the net with sub titles.

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Re: Tony Farrell 'Principal Intelligence Analyst' S Yorks Police Tribunal

Post by Daisy on Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:07 pm

Well, as you can probably see from the other topic about 9/11 I totally agree with you guys.

Anyway.. Tony Farrells case at least made it into the Yorkshire Post yesterday:
Analyst who accused Government of 7/7 bombings claims unfair sacking


http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/around-yorkshire/local-stories/analyst_who_accused_government_of_7_7_bombings_claims_unfair_sacking_1_3751878

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