Met Police emails

—–Original Message—–
From: Merrick.Rose@met.police.uk [mailto:Merrick.Rose@met.police.uk];
Sent: 02/04/2007 14:04:47
To: Michael Starkey [mailto:mstarkey@dmu.ac.uk];
Subject: RE: REPLY: Grandmother Bomb
Michael

The difficulty is that Dominic is unaware that Tim is forwarding his communications on to Glen, this makes it impossible for police to speak to Dominic without revealing the fact we have been made aware of his earlier communications.

Tim’s concerns appear well founded and I would advise that he decline the request from Dominic along the lines he has indicated to Glen , adding that he feels any disruption should be only be carried out by the appropriate authorities who would be aware of the bigger picture including taking into account the need to avoid breaches of human rights and maintaining the safety of innocent members of the public.

I would also save these e-mail requests in case Dominic decides to take action by himself.

Merrick

[Rose Merrick] [FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]—–Original Message—– [/font]
[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]From: Michael Starkey [mailto:mstarkey@dmu.ac.uk] [/font]
[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]Sent: 02 April 2007 12:36 [/font]
[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]To: Rose Merrick – SO13 [/font]
[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]Subject: FW: REPLY: Grandmother Bomb [/font]
Merrick
Glen received this forwarded message below. We are concerned at Dominic’s irrational behaviour especially with his link to Patrick Mercer. It is a clear case of deception to plant a false story aimed at undermining the Home Office and the Police. His imagination seems to be woking overtime to create terror plots where none exists.
Domiminc is unaware that Tim Green is forwarding his messages from Jordan to Glen. Glen warned Tim about Dominic two weeks ago. If a story like this was to be placed in the western media, the backlash on the elderly Islamic community could be horrendous with targeted racial attacks on elderly people.
Regards

Michael

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[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]From: timgreene402@aol.com [mailto:timgreene402@aol.com] [/font]
[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]Sent: 02 April 2007 11:52 [/font]
[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]To: GlenJenvey@aol.com [/font]
[FONT=’Tahoma’,’sans-serif’]Subject: REPLY: Grandmother Bomb [/font]
All this came from Dominic this morning.
Do you know anything about it?
I’m very reluctant to post something like this, it could set off a panic in these countries if it got publicized in some unfortunate way.

Date:
Mon, 02 Apr 2007 10:23:34 +0100
To:
“Tim Greene”
CC:
Subject:
favor
From:
dominicwhiteman@hushmail.com
TimIf Ali has a spare minute……I appreciate these days are not the most fun….. could he translate the follwoing into arabic and stick on an arabic jihadi noticeboard? We’re trying to disrupt a plot here in Britain…. Grandmother Bomb In Europe older women use baskets on wheels to collect their shopping from supermarkets. These women are very innocent and no-one would suspect them of carrying a bomb. When a small bomb is placed in their wheeled-basket before they enter a supermarket they will not be aware until after they have been to the check out counter and start filling the wheeled-basket with shopping items. The Grandmother will pass in areas of the supermarket (for example queues at delicatessen sections) full of people. This is a good time to remotely explode the bomb using a cellphone or other remote device. The countries of Britain, France, Denmark, Italy and Germany are good targets for this Grandmother bomb. In the United States the Grandmother shops by car so is less likely to possess a wheeled-basket

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