Liquid Bomb Plot is the incredible true story of the surveillance operation that stopped a fatal disaster and saved thousands of lives.
It’s August 2006. A UK terrorist cell plans to launch suicide bombs that would have resulted in the world’s largest and deadliest attack since 9/11.
The plot involved exploding devices disguised as soft drinks and, if it had succeeded, would have blown planes from the sky killing 2,000 people in a single night.
The failed plan has changed the nature of UK air travel to this very day – with restrictions still in place on the amount of liquid passengers can carry.
Featuring dramatic reconstructions and interviews with the men who worked to stop the slaughter, this is the tale of Britain’s massive surveillance operation.
Travelling between the upper ranks of Washington, the dusty streets of Pakistan and the inner cities of Britain, this fast-paced documentary brings together the work of the UK police, MI5, the CIA, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Pakistani officials and others in their efforts to stop the bombers.
From former Home Secretary John Reid to the undercover agents who monitored the suspects, you’ll hear from those involved in foiling the terrorists’ plans.
7 Comments / User Reviews
Great documentary, watched the whole thing.
Good documentary. It seems legit, but one can never trust what the government says. Either way, it’s just another example for furthering the case to eradicate religion from mankind. All religion creates the Us and Them mentality fostering delusion and hate.
Islamaphobia…. its not a phobia when they’re actually trying to kill you.
Control your borders and the muzzies won’t be a problem.
Not letting jews run your country would also help, not just because it’s making most of the world despise you, but because they’re the ones keeping your borders open in the first place.
I havn’t watched this and i am not going to bother. calling bullshit on this from the start!
Ur N IDIOT.
I hope that you are aware that calling someone an idiot with “internet spelling” and (mostly) capitals does not imply to readers that you are smart yourself.