Exploding houses The house explosion in Oxford brought to our attention by Psyopticon is more interesting than I first thought – controlled demolition of a three storey building leaving little rubble, no walls standing. A psy-op of the highest quality, resulting only in the hide and seek death of one person well known to the courts and foro whom participation in this psy-op and relocation is part of his parole procedure. Houses built early 1980s on the site of an old riverside coal yard, now a prime riverside location. http://public.oxford.gov.uk/online-applications/files/EF9C053E23B49092561129A14BB61999/pdf/81_00239_NFH–8120.pdf A plaque embedded in the demolished building states it was opened in May 1985 by a local digniitary https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.748695,-1.2699072,3a,15y,351.4h,81.39t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1skGEBUysrR7M6DTYOCLRwOg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1 From this https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.748695,-1.2699072,3a,90y,345.03h,94.89t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1skGEBUysrR7M6DTYOCLRwOg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656 https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.7488128,-1.2702298,3a,75y,81.55h,89.81t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1siqHIBEnQmTTTw8Yla3oIMQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656 to this… [lots more exciting firefighting photos on the page [118] including some familiar themes… http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/15091709.Human_remains_found_at_Valentine_s_Day_blast_site_in_Gibbs_Crescent__West_Oxford__amid_search_for_Guido_Schuette/#gallery68 http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/resources/images/6002669/?type=responsive-gallery-fullscreen http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/resources/images/6004364/?type=responsive-gallery-fullscreen http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/resources/images/6004374/?type=responsive-gallery-fullscreen There are six flats contained in the vanished block. No other serious injuries or deaths reported. Suspicious. http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/15091709.PICTURES___VIDEO__Neighbours__fear_the_worst__for_missing_residents_after_explosion/?ref=rss “A pregnant woman was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford with minor injuries, while a man was treated at the scene, also for minor injuries. Alexander Hammond, who was nearby at the time, took dramatic pictures of the aftermath. He said: “I live over the railway bridge and was just talking to a friend when we heard this massive loud bang. “I really thought a bomb had gone off. “We rushed over and you could see the flames over the trees from the footbridge, there were no emergency services when we got there. You could just see rubble and the skeleton of the roof, people were stood about watching what was going on – I didn’t see any people injured.” Who lives next door at #2? http://www.mouseprice.com/house-prices/gibbs+crescent+oxford Another courtroom favorite Habiba Gudal, convicted of drink driving http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/10829185.Scales_of_Justice/ http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:XSZO8nZ3UMwJ:www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/news/15107508.Gibbs_Crescent_residents__left_in_limbo__one_week_after_explosion/ same address as Stephen J Brown https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Mnuhdn-eaJcJ:https://www.searchelectoralroll.co.uk/Search_Results_History.asp%3Fc%3D2444771%26firstname%3DSTEPHEN%26middleinitial%3DJ%26lastname%3DBROWN+ http://www.192.com/atoz/people/gudal/habiba/ox2/1615799664/ I wonder where Annie May, whom the alleged dead resident, Guido Schuette, was found guilty in the courts of harrassing, was at the time? She lived at number 7. The following article has been deleted, unarchived, so I’ll copy some germane parts in the current google cache – http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/news/15107508.Gibbs_Crescent_residents__left_in_limbo__one_week_after_explosion/ “Flats 3 to 9 were destroyed……Flats three to nine were destroyed in West Oxford on Valentine’s Day, with many surrounding properties seriously damaged. Ian Francis, who lives at No.10, has been put up by the landlord, A2Dominion, in sheltered accommodation in George Moore Close in Donnington with his partner Sammy Clark. But Mr Francis, who is partially sighted, has had to leave assistance dog Toffee with friends as the flat is too small for him. The 48-year-old said: “We have just been left in limbo right now, it is like we are walking around in a dream. “I cannot bring Toffee home. You bond with these dogs so closely and he is missing us. “You do not realise how important an assistance dog is day to day, it is hard for me to walk about and do stuff without him. “If it will take weeks and weeks to get back into Gibbs Crescent we just want to let somebody else have our flat.” Mr Francis said he and Ms Clark were struggling living in an area they were not familiar with, and wanted more clarity from A2Dominion on what the future had in store. He said: “Because we are blind even if we do go back we will not be able to use the access gates. “A2Dominion has given us £15 a day and that is meant to cover everything. “It feels like they have given us a couple of quid to shut us up.” Mother-of-two Habiba Gudal, who lives in flat two, has been put up by the housing association in the Premier Inn in Oxford Business Park. She said: “I am being told today about temporary accommodation but I do not know what will happen after that. “I have not been able to get any of my stuff from the flat. “It is really frustrating, I am very angry as well. “The explosion makes me really anxious because I cannot close my eyes. “Every time I do I hear that sound. “It makes me anxious that we have not been told how it happened –if somebody did it why did they do it? “I would like to see everything made clearer.” Human remains were found under the rubble on Saturday but on Monday police said a post-mortem examination of the human remains proved inconclusive. As a result Guido Schuette, who is believed to have been killed in the explosion, officially remains missing” At the end of last week it emerged that police had spent a ‘significant period of time’ at Gibbs Crescent four days before the blast after a man, believed to be Mr Schuette, allegedly made threats. Flat 13 resident Peter Wilder is living in temporary accommodation in Headington. He said: “I have no idea what is going on. “I have got some of my stuff back from the flat. When I went back it did not look like there was anything wrong by they are still assessing it for damage.” …………………………………… Did the police now spend a significant amount of time at the property shortly before the demolition? All very interesting.