6th fear attack suspect discharged

Last refreshed at 15:41 28 April 2004 A 6th individual captured on doubt of psychological oppressor action last week has been discharged without charge, police said today. That clears out as it were four out of the 10 captured still in custody. The nine men what’s more, one woman, all of north African what’s more, Iraqi Kurd origin, were captured on doubt of the commission, arrangement or, on the other hand actuation of acts of…

Continue reading

Anti-terror police attack more addresses

Last refreshed at 16:20 21 April 2004 Police in Manchester sought four more premises under the Psychological oppression Act 2000 today. Assistant boss constable Dave Whatton said: “Today More prominent Manchester Police have executed a further four seek warrants at addresses in Tameside. “It is part of the progressing operation which driven to 10 individuals being captured on Monday. “The warrants have been conceded under the Fear mongering Act 2000. Seeks are proceeding at a…

Continue reading

Time for Mr Shrubbery to reexamine Iraq

Last refreshed at 16:03 15 April 2004 The emergency in Iraq goes from awful to worse. A rising tide of brutality has taken the lives of handfuls of American troops what’s more, hundreds of Iraqis in the past two weeks, the nation is on the edge of political agitation what’s more, the fear mongers are day by day more powerful. So how does Mr Bramble react to the overpowering confirm that his procedure of conciliating…

Continue reading

Suspect captured over Madrid bombs

Last refreshed at 14:03 07 April 2004 A Spanish judge has today addressed two suspects over the Madrid prepare bombings, as it risen that police in Madrid have captured another man over the assaults on Walk 11. A court official said both those addressed in court were Moroccan men captured recently, one of them on Saturday in Spain’s north African domain of Ceuta. It has too risen that crime scene investigation specialists accept a seventh…

Continue reading