Re: Hardly democratic ... but not unusual in dodgy business circles.
The only other country who recently arrested and imprisoned their spy-chief AND then their conservative president Park Geun-hye was South Korea
Aug 30, 2017 · Won Sei-hoon, former head of the National Intelligence Service arrested for political meddling, election fixing etc, [using dark money & keyboard-warriors to do the stuff that many countries are still doing]
Feb 7, 2020 · Seoul (AFP). A former South Korean spy chief received a seven-year jail sentence Friday for using taxpayer money for political meddling in favour of the then conservative government,... https://www.france24.com/en/20200207-former-south-korea-spy-chief-jailed-for-political-meddling
The wider problem is here, [according to Snowden) we have a matrix of tiered Intelligence Agencies ranged against us, the people, not against external hobgoblins. These agencies, the 17 in USA, the ones that we don't know about in UK, are all doing Danish/S.Korean tricks. In some countries, UK, well........
I'm impressed with Danish society, that they have sacked, maybe arrested these criminals, but they are not dealing with the bigger picture, the autocratic Russian KGB is certainly a threat, but the bigger threat plausibly comes from the anti-democratic functioning of our KGBs. Re-read Snowden, jtrig - tie it in with Cambridge Anal. tech, worry.
(See if you can find a more updated BBC ‘bubble’ story than this one? https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-40824793 , doesn’t seem to cover the fact that Korean “head of MI5” was re-arrested and jailed for longer, for doing his endemic intelligence tricks; BBC got no reporters?)