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9 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

It looks like a black cab on the CCTV footage I have seen.

 

As for the doors being locked, well I wasnt far off now was I? If it was a black cab  then the doors would have been locked as he was driving past the hospital. 

Looked like a prius to me.

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6 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

It looks like a black cab on the CCTV footage I have seen.

 

As for the doors being locked, well I wasnt far off now was I? If it was a black cab  then the doors would have been locked as he was driving past the hospital. 

It doesn't look like one to me. But that is besides the point. You cannot lock someone in a black cab other than with the brake pedal pushed. 

I should know, I drove one. You can put the brake on until they pay, then you have to put the handbrake on, and release the brake to let them out. 

 

The only report I saw earlier said the driver 'locked the person in' or 'engaged the child lock' before getting out. 

I don't know any licensed vehicles where you can deadlock someone in. 

 

You can't have childlocks on in licensed PHVs, certainly not in Sheffield (although there are exceptions, I'm among several drivers who have a certificate to pick up highly vulnerable people (with an escort). 

 

Maybe these days they are cars where you can press a button and it locks people in, but I would be surprised. Taxi or not, it's too dangerous. 

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4 hours ago, HumbleNarrator said:

Jonathan Ashworth Labour's shadow secretary for health and social care, has sent his condolences to the family of...the terrorist suicide bomber!

 

Is this guy for real or what??

Yep he made a mistake , and has apologised. That makes him real.

Now grow up.

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5 minutes ago, *_ash_* said:

It doesn't look like one to me. But that is besides the point. You cannot lock someone in a black cab other than with the brake pedal pushed. 

I should know, I drove one. You can put the brake on until they pay, then you have to put the handbrake on, and release the brake to let them out. 

 

The only report I saw earlier said the driver 'locked the person in' or 'engaged the child lock' before getting out. 

I don't know any licensed vehicles where you can deadlock someone in. 

 

You can't have childlocks on in licensed PHVs, certainly not in Sheffield (although there are exceptions, I'm among several drivers who have a certificate to pick up highly vulnerable people (with an escort). 

 

Maybe these days they are cars where you can press a button and it locks people in, but I would be surprised. Taxi or not, it's too dangerous. 

So if its not a black cab then, are you suggesting something is amiss there?

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1 minute ago, HeHasRisen said:

So if its not a black cab then, are you suggesting something is amiss there?

Probably with the stories. 

 

Watch the footage. 

 

It blew up with the driver in it! 

I'm amazed he is alive after seeing it tbh. And glad!

That could have been any innocent person/people. Taxi driver, shop worker, random person on the street etc..

 

As for what actually happened, I don't know why people insist on 'instant answers'

 

It takes time to work out. 

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It did look a bit of a crap bomb mind, hardly the work of a Timothy McVeigh-type "mastermind".

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4 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

It did look a bit of a crap bomb mind, hardly the work of a Timothy McVeigh-type "mastermind".

They are saying that possibly only the detonator exploded and the main bomb didn't. Like Ash says, it takes a while to work out what happened.

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1 minute ago, HeHasRisen said:

It did look a bit of a crap bomb mind, hardly the work of a Timothy McVeigh-type "mastermind".

I doubt you'd want anyone of your friends or family that close to it.  

I think the position of the seats, and maybe even if he had a Covid barrier, might have given the driver a better chance. 

 

If the bomber got into the hospital with that, and got near an oxygen supply or something, it might be a different story. 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, whiteowl said:

They are saying that possibly only the detonator exploded and the main bomb didn't. Like Ash says, it takes a while to work out what happened.

Yeah it looks like the detonator went off but the main explosive didnt. But the blast from the detonator is enough to kill someone very close to it

 

Its probably hydrogen peroxide which is very difficult to get the formula right.

 

This happened in the failed 21 July 2005 London bombings

 

Heres a picture of the failed explosive on a london bus.

 

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Edited by Jack Grey

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What a future this country faces with 100's of unchecked illegal immigrants arriving daily, attempting to blow yourself up in a maternity ward has even got to be a new low for scum like this, indefensible.

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The couple who took him in says the man in the taxi wasn't the man they knew then come out with he suffered with mental illness and accused then of going through his post,come on.

he was also a failed asylum seeker one of the 1000s roaming about.

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12 minutes ago, ukdobby said:

The couple who took him in says the man in the taxi wasn't the man they knew then come out with he suffered with mental illness and accused then of going through his post,come on.

he was also a failed asylum seeker one of the 1000s roaming about.

Mental issues and convert to Christianity.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/11/15/liverpool-suicide-bomber-became-christian/

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