Michael Mansfield, famous human rights lawyer, demonstrates that the innocent have plenty to worry about, especially if they get caught up in a police investigation that has been incompetently handled and they are trying to cover up.
the article is a documenting of the spread of terrorism in Africa in recent years. The point to note is that as it has spread, so too has drug-trafficking and probably many other forms of organised crime not as yet noticed. The military is brilliant at opening the door to illicit business….discuss
The words chosen in the headline are the independent’s. If the state snooping doesnt worry you, and you can brush off the idea that journalists are poking around in your life, then how do you feel about insurance companies, law firms and even possibly celebrities snooping around you. “You have nothing to fear if you’re innocent.”…You certainly do if someone’s out to get you!
The legal basis for NSA data surveillance.There will be some law text books that will need rewriting on the evidence of these documents. Do they apply to “organised crime” as well??
Issues in here that I can remember being raised at European conferences back around 2000. Why is the wheel constantly being re-invented?
I think I posted the newspaper coverage at the time of the verdict. This is the sentence, and includes some allegations about connections between the heroin importers and the “Croxteth Crew”, a Liverpool street gang.