Remember the July 2005 London Subway bombings that killed 52 people and the subsequent arrests which were praised as wonderful police work (until they were disastrously shown not to be) and which the Bush Administration tried to horn in on the credit?
Well, you know how this has all turned out:
Senior security officials conceded last night that it is likely no one will be brought to justice for the 7 July bombs that killed 52 people in London in 2005, despite their belief that more than 20 people were involved in the attacks.
The admission came shortly after the only three men to be charged in connection with the suicide bombings were acquitted yesterday.
After a £100m criminal investigation, the biggest police inquiry in modern times, the trio were cleared by a jury at Kingston crown court of helping to plan the attacks by carrying out a reconnaissance mission with two of the bombers.