Brits warned of night club car bomb attacks 2 weeks ago


Nightclubs across Britain were warned they could be terrorist targets just weeks before a double car bomb attack in London, The Times has learnt.

A 53-page document alerting businesses to the threat posed by VBIEDs — vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices — was issued by police before a warning over “one of the most effective weapons in the terrorist’s arsenal” became reality in the heart of the West End.

Early yesterday morning only the vigilance of ambulancemen and the courage of police officers stood between hundreds of nightclubbers and a potential loss of human life on a massive scale.


The story suggest that they had some intelligence on a possible attack. CBS News says that a jihadi website had a post abut 17 hours before the first car was found saying an event was to happen.


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