7/7/2005 memorial unveiled with 4 of the dead missing - Guilt of alleged "suicide bombers" by default
A team led by architects Carmody Groarke including Arup as lead consultant, Colvin and Moggridge as landscape architect and UK artist Antony Gormley as independent artistic adviser have unveiled plans for a memorial to 52 of the the people who lost their lives on 7/7/2005.
The memorial design incorporates 52 steel pillars, one for 52 lives lost in bombings, each 3 metres tall and 15cm square. They will be arranged in four clusters, representing the three Tube trains and one bus on which the alleged suicide bombers struck, and each pillar will be cast uniquely. A nearby plaque will carry an incomplete list of the names of those killed that fateful day.
Pending planning permission, the memorial will be installed in Hyde Park over the winter, with an official opening on 7 July 2009, on the fourth anniversary of the attack.
The design of this memorial is claimed to have been undertaken in conjunction with the relatives of the dead. 4 dead, it appears uncommemorated, are the alleged suicide bombers.
No evidence has been produced in a court of law that the alleged suicide bombers did in fact plan suicide attacks. No evidence has been produced that they made any bombs. No evidence has been produced as to the nature of the devices, how they were triggered, what explosives were used nor who produced them.
Are the lives of Mohammad Sidique Khan (30) Shehzad Tanweer (22) Germaine Lindsay (19)Hasib Hussain (18) not to be remembered ?
If you think the four alleged suicide bombers should not be accepted as guilty be default and that their lives should be incorporated in the memorial in the first instance contact Mr Kevin Carmody , Carmody Groarke,25 Denmark Street, London, WC2H 8NJ or e-mail email@example.com