Saturday, December 11, 2010

The British Army’s Forward Reconnaissance Regiment Go Through The Looking-Glass?

The formation of the British army’s Force Reconnaissance Regiment was announced by Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon on April 5th 2004, as part of the UK army’s ‘Special Forces.’ It would focus, Hoon explained, on ‘combating terrorism’. That was one month before the BBC’s Panorama program, which scripted the first outline of what London would suffer a year later on 7/7.

The FRR would go ‘deep undercover’ for its reconnaissance, behind ‘enemy’ lines. On April 6, 2005, the FRR came into existence, a mere three months before 7/7. It appears as a secretive organisation above the law, with a license to kill – and with bomb making skills. Its insignia shows a sword being shoved up through a helmeted head.
Let’s take a closer look, at the little that has come out. Our main areas of concern are:

•The assassination of Jean Charles de Menezes
•The gunning down of two young men as ‘terrorists’ at Canary Wharf at 10.30 am on July 7th
•The fabrication of bomb equipment in Basra
•The startling rescue of FRR agents once captured in Basra.'


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