CCTV of Fusilier Lee Rigby at Woolwich station shortly before his death
Have a close look at the photograph above. It shows a CCTV image of Fusilier Lee Rigby getting off a train at Woolwich tube station. The station is a short walk from Woolwich Barracks. the home of his regiment at the time of his death.
A short time after this photograph was taken Lee was lying in the middle of the road, his head almost severed from his body. His attackers drove a car into him from behind knocking him unconscious. They got out of the car, dragged him into the middle of the road and set about him with knives and a meat clever.
Prosecutor Richard Whittam QC said:
“Both men then dragged his body into the middle of the road. They wanted members of the public to see the consequence of what can only be described as their barbarous acts.
They had committed, you may think, a cowardly and callous murder by deliberately attacking an unarmed man in plain clothes from behind, using a vehicle as a weapon, and then they murdered him and mutilated his body with that meat cleaver and knives.”
“Mr Adebolajo made a serious and almost successful attempt to decapitate Fusilier Rigby” (source)
- They had a gun as well as knives and threatened police. Why did the police not shoot to kill?
- They were filmed, blood on their hands, ranting about British soldiers killing Muslims, and this murder was in retaliation. So why are they not up on terrorism charges as well as murder?
- They handed a note to a witness confirming their beliefs. A confession by any definition.
- Knowing there’s verbal and written evidence that this was an act of terrorism, knowing that the murder is actually recorded and knowing that there are more than a dozen eyewitnesses, why is there a trial going on right now?
I cannot understand why a trial is required in the light of such overwhelming evidence. There is no doubt whatever they will be found guilty. Why are Lee Rigby’s family and friends having to listen to this?
As I said in my article regarding the disgusting Ian Watkins, lead singer of the Lostprophets and paedophile extraordinaire, it saddens me and most other British people that we no longer have the death penalty in this country.
Savages like this deserve no pity, they deserve no trial, they do not deserve to be in the limelight, protected in the dock whilst British justice inches it’s way towards the only verdict that’s possible in this case.
Once again I say to the chinless wonders who make up the British government:
“It’s time you grew some balls boys, and a bit of backbone would help too. by public demand you put up an e-petition regarding reinstatement of the death penalty. 100,000 signatures were needed to get the matter discussed in parliament. I signed it on day one. EVERY SINGLE ADULT I KNOW signed that petition. The 100,000 figure required was passed in less than 30 hours, the signatures reached more than half a million yet still the debate has not started, and it probably never will.
You allowing people who rape babies, and commit murder on film, to breathe the same air as me is offensive.
You allowing the taxes of honest men and women to be spent on a trial for these people is offensive.
That Michael Adebolajo is allowed to sit in court clutching a copy of the Koran while DENYING a murder that he has admitted was retribution for the deaths of Muslims and has been caught on film is offensive.
That you don’t listen to the voice of the people who elected you is offensive.
On behalf of the British people I demand that you honour your word and raise and debate the issue of the reinstatement of the death penalty in parliament.”
For your information I am writing directly to David Cameron regarding this matter. I doubt I will get an answer, he’s too busy protecting the rights of religious extremists and paedophiles to listen to the concerns of a law abiding sovereign citizen. At least I have the satisfaction of knowing I didn’t vote for him.
Michael Adebolajo immediately after the murder. He handed a note to Amanda Donnelly-Martin that talked about religion and the reasons for the attack.
I understand that there are those that believe this to be a false flag, that the body on the tarmac is that of an actor. On this occasion I believe they are wrong. The medical staff that dealt with Fusilier Rigby are not part of a conspiracy and as one said when he heard reports that the event was staged:
“I’m pretty sure an actor would not allow someone to do that to him. If he was an actor this was his final performance”
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Contributed by Lizzie Bennett of Underground Medic.
Lizzie Bennett retired from her job as a senior operating department practitioner in the UK earlier this year. Her field was trauma and accident and emergency and she has served on major catastrophe teams around the UK. Lizzie publishes Underground Medic on the topic of preparedness.