Saturday, 5 March 2011
Alex Marunchak ex-News of the World & News International.
Alex Marunchak doing the three second dash from his front door to his car.
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Monday, 27 December 2010
Police searched several properties following a series of early morning raids
Nine men charged with conspiracy to cause explosions in the UK have begun appearing at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court.
They are also charged with preparing for terrorism by agreeing potential targets and testing materials.
The men are aged between 19 and 28 and three are from Cardiff, two from east London and four from Stoke-on-Trent.
They were arrested in a series of raids in Birmingham, London, Cardiff and Stoke-on-Trent on 20 December.
Three others arrested at the same time were earlier released without charge.
The raids had been co-ordinated by the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit.
Those charged are accused of conspiring on dates between 1 October and 20 November to cause an explosion.
The accused men have also been charged under 5(1) of the Terrorism Act 2006 of engaging in conduct in preparation for acts of terrorism on dates between 1 October and 20 December.
They are alleged to have done this by carrying out reconnaissance, agreeing potential targets, downloading and researching materials and igniting and testing incendiary material.
They are also facing a third charge of possessing documents and records containing information likely to be of use to terrorists.
BBC correspondent Jon Brain said the men were appearing before the court in batches.
Mohammed Moksudur Rahman Chowdhury, 20, of Stanliff House, Tower Hamlets, and Shah Mohammed Lutfar Rahman, 28, of St Bernard's Road, Newham have been remanded in custody until the new year.
The men charged from Cardiff are Gurukanth Desai, 28, of Albert Street; Omar Sharif Latif, 26, of Neville Street, and Abdul Malik Miah, 24, of Ninian Park Road. They are appearing in the dock now.
The four charged from Stoke-on-Trent are Nazam Hussain, 25, of Grove Street; Usman Khan, 19, of Persia Walk; Mohibur Rahman, 26, of North Road, and Abul Bosher Mohammed Shahjahan, 26, of Burmarsh Walk.
Snapperjack Photography / Videography London.
Monday, 6 December 2010
Tom Clancy Dead or Alive
British Paratroopers deliver advance copies of Dead Or Alive by Tom Clancy to The Tower of London for safe keeping.
Dead or Alive, the latest techno-thriller by internationally best-selling author Tom Clancy, is due to be published by Penguin in the US and UK on December 7, according to an April 7 press release. The novel will feature past Clancy characters Jack Ryan, Jack Ryan, Jr., John Clark, Ding Chavez, and Mary Pat Foley in a story about modern-day terrorism.
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Saturday, 30 October 2010
Cobra Meet In London.
Cabinet Office Briefing Room A(COBR. A)
LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 30: A group of people enter the Cabinet Office for a Cobra meeting concerning the Yemen bomb threat on October 30, 2010 in London, England. The Government's emergency planning committee, known as 'Cobra' and chaired by Home Secretary Theresa May, met in the Cabinet Office to discuss the response to the discovery of a suspected explosive package at East Midlands Airport on a flight from Yemen. photos by snapperjack. www.snapperjack.net
Thursday, 27 May 2010
Go! Go! Go! tells the action-packed story of the 1980 Iranian Embassy siege. It is a comprehensive, detailed and gripping account of an unforgettable six-day drama that shook Britain - and the wider world - to the core. Drawing on original and unseen source material from ex-SAS soldier Rusty Firmin, the police and the British Government, Go! Go! Go! takes us to the heart of the whole operation. The assault planning and training, strategy and tactics are described in detail, and the personal stories of the gunmen revealed - who they were; where they came from; why they did it, and Saddam Hussein's direct involvement. Compelling accounts of each day of the siege from the hostages' points of view show how they dealt with captivitiy individually and collectively. New material explains the negotiators' tactics and their cool exterior versus internal turmoil as negotiations reached crisis point. Thirty years have passed, but still the SAS assault on the Iranian embassy is considered to be the gold standard for hostage-rescue missions.
Photos and video for eye spy magazine by snapperjack.