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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Latest Galloway smokescreen hides:


2000 (++) troops sent to their deaths on a pack of lies

Newsmax on NYT:

Cheney named

The New York Times reported late Monday that Vice President Cheney has been directly linked to the so-called "Plamegate" scandal involving the disclosure of the name of Valerie Plame, a CIA officer.

The paper reported that Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis "Scooter" Libby "first learned about the C.I.A. officer at the heart of the leak investigation in a conversation with Mr. Cheney weeks before her identity became public in 2003."

CIA leak issue must be broadened



Shoot to kill extended to stalkers

Scotland Yard's "shoot to kill" strategy has been widened to include other offences such as kidnapping, stalking (?!) and domestic violence, The Independent has learned.

[..]The Operation Kratos shoot-to-kill policy was adopted to deal with suicide bombers but a review has identified other types of crimes in which a firearms officer could shoot to kill without issuing any challenge. These include when an offender holding a weapon to a victim was thought to be on the brink of murder.

The use of a "shoot to kill" strategy against terrorists came under attack after police shot the innocent Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes seven times in the head on 22 July, after mistaking him for a suicide bomber.

There has been growing criticism of the lack of accountability surrounding the police's use of the tactic. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating the shooting, which came the day after failed bombing attempts.


Blair ID cards plan collapsing, religious 'hate' and 'glorification of terror' set to follow:

Animal rights extremists who justify attacks on scientists and research centres face prosecution under anti-terrorist legislation that was drawn up after the London bombings of 7 July.

Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, made the admission as he came under fire over the broad wording of the Terrorism Bill, which outlaws the glorification of terrorist attacks.[...]

Mr Clarke was accused yesterday of threatening basic human rights and undermining the constitution through his plans for a national identity card scheme.

Two parliamentary committees have denounced the plans. The Lords committee on the constitution proposed creating an independent commission to run an ID Card to take the system out of direct Government control. A report by the committee called for safeguards "to protect individuals from excessive intrusion into their affairs by institutions of the state or indeed by others".

It said: "This is all the more important when the scheme envisaged will record in a single database more information than has ever been considered necessary or attempted previously in the United Kingdom or in any other Western country."

In a separate report, the Joint Committee on Human Rights said: "It is not clear that the gathering of personal information of persons applying for a passport, for example, bears any relation to the protection of national security or the prevention of crime."

[..]The Government looks doomed to defeat in the House of Lords today over plans to create a fresh offence of inciting religious hatred. [...]

Peers of all parties, supported by comedians and entertainers, have condemned the proposals as an attack on free speech. Critics will today attempt to amend the Racial and Religious Hatred Bill by setting restrictions on when prosecutions can be mounted. It will stipulate that no one can be found guilty of the new offence unless it can be proved they intended to stir up hatred. Nor could they be prosecuted if it could be shown they were exercising freedom of speech.

Ministers are also braced for attacks from Labour MPs tomorrow over the Bill, which proposes detention without charge of terrorist suspects for up to three months.


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