RealNews

MI5 under fire as Bali bombing inquest opens

Families spoke of the government’s “breathtakingly” poor handling of the Bali bombing, during the first day of the inquest on 18 of the 26 Britons who died in the tragedy. Outside the hearing, in Hammersmith, west London, yesterday the brother of one of the victims said the families were considering legal action against the government. Relatives also expressed anger about the lack of compensation for families of the victims, compared to those in Australia, who received £8,000 each. Tobias Ellwood, 36, whose brother Jonathan, a teacher, was among the 202 killed by the blasts, said he was furious that the Foreign Office travel warning had not been hardened after MI5 received new intelligence. Full Story

OODA Analyst

OODA Analyst

OODA is comprised of a unique team of international experts capable of providing advanced intelligence and analysis, strategy and planning support, risk and threat management, training, decision support, crisis response, and security services to global corporations and governments.