Saturday, 29 November 2008

"Duty of Care"


The 26 year old civil servant at the heart of the Green abuse of power by the Police/State has been carted off to a secret location by the Home Office. Apparently, they owe him "a Duty of Care"

LINK

Will he ever been seen alive again? ZanuLabour have a habit of dealing with those who embarrass them.
If any fellow seditionaries know his name, I would be happy to file a missing persons report.

25 comments:

Mitch said...

This is the same pathetic story they used when those disks went missing(same person maybe) do they have a list of feeble responses and this is always the first.

Cunting Fuckers said...

"...carted off to a secret location by the Home Office."

Isn't this internment under another name?

Old Holborn said...

Yes

Shirking From Home said...

Nothing like the stench of NuLab on a Saturday to really, really piss me off.

The Penguin said...

So much for Habeus Corpus.

Anyone have a tame brief to toddle along to a Judge and get the requisite injunction to produce said whistleblower?

So much for the legislation introduced to safeguard interests of those who blow the whistle!

The Penguin

Dick the Prick said...

He's gonna get absolutely fucked. Bet Michael Mansfield doesn't touch the lad with a barge pole. What fucking duty of care anyway - who the fuck is after him except the cunts who have him? Complete arse.

Anonymous said...

It looks like it's not only the MPs who need to be reminded of who their masters are but the head plods too.

If Lizzie has effectively abdicated this responsibilty, it's down to us, the people, to bring order back into the land.

Geoff Hoon is a cunt said...

This is appalling. Where is Liberty? Where is Shami when you need her?

Barnsley Bill said...

Where are the tory's? Why are they not jumping up and down.
Too many grey suited suck holes protecting their salaries.

Yokel said...

Anonymous said... "It looks like it's not only the MPs who need to be reminded of who their masters are but the head plods too."

But the head plods do know. From the ACPO web site comes this (on the front page): The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) is an independent, professionally led strategic body. In the public interest and, in equal and active partnership with Government and the Association of Police Authorities, ACPO leads and coordinates the direction and development of the police service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Just how the hell does a private company think that is is an EQUAL PARTNER of government?

defender said...

Common purpose?

GrumpyOldTwat said...

1984

Anonymous said...

Fuck off SS in Great Britain.

The Borg said...

Resistance is futile. Prepare to be assimulated. If that's how it's spelled.

Anonymous said...

Borg, go fuck off and bother some other pubescent boy, otherwise your USB charging point will be disabled.

The Borg said...

Anonocunt @ 1731. Go stick the rough end of a pineapple up your arse. Ya knobrash.

VERY Anonimous said...

Yokel said previously:)
"But the head plods do know (who their masters are). From the ACPO web site comes this (on the front page): The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) is an independent, professionally led strategic body. In the public interest and, in equal and active partnership with Government and the Association of Police Authorities, ACPO leads and coordinates the direction and development of the police service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. "

Excellent comment Yokel! I've been looking at their site and it appears a tad spooky to me. (Particularly since their mates from GCHQ are probably watching this and various blogs by now.) Like some kind of private Quango Lodge of Capos di Plods.

The question is, would they be on the side of the people (like they suggest)or themselves and the establishment if it ever came to a crunch ?

Billy Wallace said...

Green had something BIG to tell use.

and Gov got worried.......

defender said...

"Green had something BIG to tell use.

and Gov got worried......."
wot, the great helmsman is a cunt?

haddock said...

It is for his own good, if he was allowed out he'd get so many drinks bought for him he would be above his recommended units within minutes of walking in to a bar.

Anonymous said...

The civil servant said to have given Green the leaked Home Office documents was named last night as Chris Galley, who worked in the private office of the home secretary, Jacqui Smith. Speculation was rife in Westminster that his conversations with Green had been bugged by police. The Home Office insisted Smith had not known of the impending arrest and had not signed any warrant to tap Green’s phone calls.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article5258476.ece

Gareth said...

I guess it could have been done under the RIPA act, under which Smith wouldn't be needed to permit the bugging. Just a senior figure in the Authority wanting to do the bugging. That could be the Police themselves or perhaps the Civil Service.(In this case Normington himself?)

The Wilson doctrine is a convention that bars the spying on MPs. Having looked at wikipedia (not the greatest source I know) something has jumped out at me. Brown stated as PM "The Wilson Doctrine applies to all forms of interception that are subject to authorisation by Secretary of State warrant."

Thanks to the RIPA act intercepts can be authorised without the Secretary of State's permission.

At some point surely the Labour Government will have to see what a mess it has made. I know they are not happy with the bad PR over the RIPA act whereby parents have been tailed and bugged to see whether their child is meant to be going to particular schools and other such abuses. But that appears to be all they dislike - the negative perceptions not the law itself that they made. Sadly the answer so far hasn't been to get rid of it or re-write it but, merely to recommend to Local Authorities that they think very carefully before they use it.

Anonymous said...

Is Heimatland terrrorr of axis eeeevil legislation above the Wilson non-buggering doctrine? Is this why they used terrrorr police, so they could bugger with MP's phones at heart's content?

North Northwester said...

Off-topic I know, but here's a good-hearted, truth-telling, right-minded whistle-blowing blogger in deep trouble. Please read it – it may be one of the last.

http://tomisswithlove.blogspot.com/2008/11/my-days-are-numbered.html

In this week of all weeks, when an MP was arrested for trying to expose the government’s dishonesty and incompetence you might like to go over and encourage her and stick it to the people in charge.
Our shared foes.

Dr. David Kelly (deceased) said...

If you go down to the woods today
You're sure of a big surprise...

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