Now the trial's over at the secret's been released: that the people behind it HAD been tracked but were not put under surveillance.
This contrasts with MI5's and the government's official position which has been that the people who did it weren't stopped as they didn't know about them previously; they were "clean skins".
According to Blairwatch:
[T]he spin on the few Radio Bulletins... seems to be split along two lines, depending on whether it is the government, or the security services doing the spinning:
- That the correct decision was made when it was decided not to follow up the involvement of MSK and ST because, as suspected fraudsters associated with the biggest 'terror investigation in the UK they weren't important.
- Or that the security services really would have quite liked to follow them up, but there weren't sufficient resources.
See also Rachel for more.
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