At around 9:58 pm on the night of June 3, 2017, just 12 days after the terrorist bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, Britain experienced a third terrorist attack of the year when three men drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge. Wielding knives, the men left the van and went to the nearby Borough Market, where they stabbed people in and around restaurants and pubs. Seven people were killed and 48 wounded, including four unarmed police officers who attempted to tackle the assailants.
The three attackers wearing fake explosive vests — Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba — were shot dead by police. ISIS has claimed “responsibility” for the attack. Twelve people were arrested and four properties raided the following day, with more raids on the day after. (Wikipedia)
Or so we are told.
On June 6, I published a post on a curious video taken by a citizen journalist of what appears to be a group of police officers changing their clothes behind a police van during the London Bridge incident. One of the officers pulled on a pair of camouflage pants, which certainly is not standard police uniform. He was later seen, in camouflage pants, lying on the ground as one of the three terrorists shot dead by police at 10:16 pm.
Below is a longer video of the police changing their clothes AFTER the terrorists drove their van into pedestrians on the London Bridge attack, but BEFORE the Borough Market stabbing.
The video shows not only the red-hair officer changing into camouflage pants, but also officers in white tops and black pants, as well as others donning all-black hoodie jumpsuits.
Later in the video, CCTV footage of the Borough Market stabbing shows supposed restaurant “waiters” dressed in white tops and black pants being “stabbed” by “terrorists” wearing all-black hoodie jumpsuits.
Hmm . . . .
There is also a telling and quite funny CCTV footage of a stabbing “victim” (or a “terrorist” whom the police just “shot”) miraculously getting up from the ground to avoid being run over by a runaway police car that the cops had forgotten to brake.