British Intelligence consider victims up to 90 and CIA’s officers fly to London working with Scotland Yard
julio 7 (ANCLA) - Four blasts rocked London during rush hour early this noon, killing at least 33 people and disrupting a summit of G-8 summit in Scotland in attacks Prime Minister Tony Blair branded "barbaric". MI-6 intelligence sources consider that fatal victims could rise up to 90, and they are reporting now to prime minister Blair, and Queen Elizabeth. CIA’s officers moves from Edinburgh to London in a coordinate work with MI-6 and Scotland Yard, and all mobile communications was cut off six hours ago to avoid the use of device as in Atocha’s terrorist attack on Madrid’s train station in March 11 past year.
Unknown grout, Secret Group of al Qaeda’s Jihad in Europe, claimed responsibility hours ago but Brian Paddick, deputy assistant commissioner of London police, said it was too early to say whether suicide bombers were involved. "We are clearly shocked but we are not surprised by what has happened," Paddick told reporters, adding that police had received no warning prior to the attacks.