Police regard confab as potential “terrorist” target
June 4, 2013
Police in Hertfordshire have enacted a no-fly zone over this
weekend’s Bilderberg meeting at The Grove hotel in Watford, claiming
that they did not previously publicly acknowledge that the event was
taking place so as not to attract “terrorists”.
While Watford Chief Inspector, Nick Caveney, said: “There is no
information regarding a terrorism threat,” he added, “However it must
be recognised that there will be a number of high-profile people
involved in going to this event and with previous terrorist events we
have had not intel that something would happen.”
local reporters were told that police will be ready to enforce anti-terror laws to ensure security.
“That was the reason it was not appropriate for us to be speaking
and recognising publicly that the event was going on.” Caveney added,
in a claim that appears to be nothing more than a convenient excuse on
behalf of Hertfordshire police to explain away the routine secrecy
Now that the mainstream media has caught wind of the event, mainly
owing to reports on Infowars.com and in The Watford Observer, the veil
of secrecy has been somewhat lifted.
The stubborn incompetence of Watford council in denying protesters
access to public parkland, has also raised awareness of the meeting,
with local resident furious that their roads have been offered as
parking sites to protestors.