Fury At 'Sick' BBC 7/7 Show- The Sun Newspaper- Exclusive News Story- ***October 2012***

This story revealed how the BBC had made a 'sick' documentary about the London 7/7 bombings in which it claimed the Government might be behind the attack.

We were contacted by an insider who was sickened by the show and wanted to expose what was going on.

Our source felt that the show was an insult to those who had lost friends and relatives in the bombings.

We sold the story to The Sun newspaper who ran it as an exclusive. Scroll down to read the article.

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A BBC documentary probing bizarre conspiracy theories about the 7/7 bomb attacks in London has infuriated relatives of victims.

They branded the show "disgusting" and in "bad taste".

The BBC3 programme examines claims the suicide blasts which killed 48 people on Tubes and a bus on July 7, 2005 were carried out by the GOVERNMENT to boost support for the Iraq War.

Conspiracy theorists, including model and Tarot card reader Layla Randle-Conde, play the four bombers.

Makers of tonight's documentary, hosted by Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell, even blow up a bus to recreate the blast which left 13 dead in Tavistock Square.

June Taylor, whose daughter Carrie, 24, was killed in the Tube explosion near Aldgate, branded the show "disgusting".

June, 64, of Billericay, Essex, said: "The BBC can't get any lower than this. They should have spoken to the families.

"They are trivialising the tragedy. People don't want to be back in that dark place. It puts us through the pain all over again."

Kim Beer, 54, of Borehamwood, Herts, lost her son Philip, 22, in the Tube blast near King's Cross. She said: "It is really bad taste. How do they think we live with this?"

A BBC spokeswoman said of 7/7 Bombings: Conspiracy Road Trip: "The series takes conspiracy theorists on a journey to fully explore the facts and challenge their beliefs."

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