Spycops' names must be revealed

JUSTICE Mitting’s indication that the real names of police officers who spied on legal political organisations for three decades may never be made public sheds new light on the extent of Britain’s secret state.
As bad as this decision is, the judge’s justification for it is worse still.
He cites officers' health, wellbeing and desire to maintain privacy as valid reasons before putting the top hat on it by wrapping the entire scandal up in so-called “national security.”
None of the activists spied on represented a threat to national security.
They were involved in democratic and legal... read more

 
21 November 2017 in Editorial, Views: 70
Source: Morning Star
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