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Innocents not Valid Targets?!! December 5, 2008

Posted by Joseph in civil liberties.
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The European Court of Human Rights yesterday struck a blow to New Labour’s data base state crusade. The ruling clearly and unanimously condemned the government’s taking and storing of hundreds of thousands of innocent peoples DNA. A practice that occurs any time anyone is unlucky enough to have to enter a police station. In the name of ‘security’ people only vaguley connected to a case are ‘just’ forced to give a ‘quick swab’ from their mouth and there entire genetic code over to her Majesty’s lovely coppers for eternity.

The judges added that on privacy and data retnetion the government had “overstepped any acceptable margin”.

This ruling comes only days after it was revealed that whilst almost a million innocent people, and large numbers of fictitious people inhabit the ‘matrix’ over 40% of convicted criminals do not.

The government has until March to respond to the court about the retention of the data….see you in Strasbourg!

If ever the fears of a few foresighted souls needed vindication it is now. If ever there were a more sobering a warning it must surely come from the fact that not a single European judge backed Labour’s authoritarian war on its own people.

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