Source: The Telegraph - Norman Tebbit
Phony Ross' Crime Scene Science - Brighton, Underwear Bombs
You can see below what a phony Nick Ross is; he sets up the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science (JDI) at University College London in 2001 to refine Crimewatch packet-switching techniques developed to trigger the Brighton bomb and then he starts grooming the likes of Underwear bomber Umar Abdulmutallab to kill more Americans.
"Abdulmutallab began his studies at University College London in September 2005, where he studied Engineering and Business Finance, and earned a degree in mechanical engineering in June 2008. He was president of the school's Islamic Society, which some sources have described as a vehicle for peaceful protest against the actions of the United States and the United Kingdom in the War on Terrorism. During his tenure as president, along with political discussions, the club participated in activities such as martial arts training and paintballing; at least one of the Society's paintballing trips involved a preacher who reportedly said: “Dying while fighting jihad is one of the surest ways to paradise.” He is the fourth president of a London student Islamic society to face terrorist charges in three years. He organized a conference in January 2007 under the banner “War on Terror Week”, and advertised speakers including political figures, human rights lawyers, speakers from Cageprisoners, and former Guantánamo Bay detainees. One lecture, Jihad v Terrorism, was billed as “a lecture on the Islamic position with respect to jihad”."
"The first incarnation of crime science was the founding, also by Ross, of the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science (JDI) at University College London in 2001. In order to reflect its broad disciplinary base, and its departure from the sociological (and often politicised) brand of criminology, the Institute is established in the Engineering Sciences Faculty, with growing ties to the physical sciences such as physics and chemistry but also drawing on the fields of statistics, environmental design, psychology, forensics, policing, economics and geography. It has established itself as a world-leader in crime mapping and for training crime analysts (civilian crime profilers who work for the police [great job guys; any luck with the Dando or Gareth Williams cases?])."