Have I seen it? um http://www.rys2sense.com/hub/get/vid/id/7.htm
posted the day it came out. The creators mailed it to me.
One more thing is that it was Verint systems' CCTV cameras which remarkably failed on the London underground on 7/7. Verint is a subsidiary of Comverse. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/69208
and i'm sure most of you know about Comverse...
Israeli criminal Jacob "Kobi" Alexander
was chief executive of Comverse until 2006 when he fled to Namibia, becoming a fugitive, after being wanted for conspiracy, securities fraud and money laundering.
after three years it seems he still managing to avoid being exradited back to the US. http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1068858.html
ALso, the bus bomb went off at Tavistock Square where Israeli security firm ICTS UK is based, a subsidiary of ICTS international . Remember all the 9/11 airports had ICTS covering their security. http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/ICTS.html
According to this article
, majority owner Menachem Atzmon was involved in Likud money laundering.
Israeli plutocrat Menachem Atzmon was co-treasurer of the Likud, along with Jerusalem Mayor Ehud Olmert, during and after the 1988 Israeli elections. In August 1988, Atzmon worked with Olmert and two other men to collect illegal contributions for the Likud from corporations, against Israel's party funding law, by providing fictitious advertising services to the contributors. Atzmon was later convicted in that campaign finance fraud, while Olmert was acquitted.
Up until his 1996 conviction, Atzmon was president of the Israel Development Fund (IDF), a U.S. tax-exempt foundation funneling money illegally to the Likud. IDF is one entity in a cluster of such false-front Likud money spigots, all run by Philadelphia attorney Steven L. Friedman, a partner in the Dilworth, Paxson firm.
Notice it says on ICTS international's own website
that it was founded by "a select group of security experts, former military commanding officers and veterans of government intelligence and security agencies".