Did anyone watch this excellent piece of 'debunking' the 7/7 Bombings? Here's the BBC Blurb: Duration: 1 hour It has been seven years since the London bombings of 7/7, one of the worst terrorist atrocities in recent British history. Unbelievably, some people question the official version of events and think the British establishment orchestrated its own 9/11-style attacks in order to firm up support for the war in Iraq. Comedian Andrew Maxwell thinks this is nonsense and, in an effort to tackle the truth, is taking four such conspiracy believers on a road trip from Leeds to London to recreate the exact journey the bombers took. Each of them believes a different conspiracy theory - from claiming the train times were falsified by the government to the idea that home-made bombs could never have caused such damage. They talk to eyewitnesses, families of victims, government officials and specialists to uncover the truth about what happened that day. Firstly two of the four 'conspiracy theorists' were complete knobs; one of them is just a 6th Former-type know-it-all knob whereas the other chap, from Selby - claiming to have a 'security background' that he would not discuss - saw causal conenctions between every fragment of so-called evidence. To his credit, he did eventually recant his belief in a security service conspiracy at the end. The other bloke (girlfriendless, I wager) remained convinced that the Government was behind this to support 'wars of colonialism' in the Middle East. Knob. The scene demonstrating that HME could de-roof a bus was particularly interesting - black pepper and Hydrogen Peroxide added to a double-decker ina quarry in Wilts. Epic (I just hope it doesn't give anyone any ideas...) Hee's the Iplayer link: BBC iPlayer - Conspiracy Road Trip: 7/7 Bombings Anyone recognise the guy from Selby? Ex TA perchance?