Reply to post: Re: Arbitrary law is reappearing

It's cool for Brit snoops to break the law, says secretive spy court. Just hold on while we pull off some legal jujitsu to let MI5 off the hook...

amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

Re: Arbitrary law is reappearing

Ok, ignore drugs gangs and look at the multiple violent crimes committed by informants in Northern Ireland. .... Cederic

Quite so, Cederic. Leading paramilitarism learnt all the major effective dirty little big horn secrets during the Decades of Troubles.

And it is nothing something one can forget or would wish to relinquish command and control of ...... given the sick nature of the brainwashed foe and fickle friend still being presented before one with the avid assistance of a compliant and complicit media programming operations.

Oh, .... and with particular regard to ....

It doesn't seem to be an official get-out-of-jail-free-card. It seems to be dependent on your superiors' goodwill. ...... Marketing Hack

..... to rely on that wishful thinking rather than one's own overwhelming superior meritorious argument is to have one always liable to be a target for incarceration and/or liquidation when secrets are spilled and in renegade rogue hands/hearts and minds.

You might like to realise that is why Assange and Epstein are/were held essentially incommunicado and why Pat Finucane was silenced and Epstein suicided.

And those sort of shenanigans are practised and honed in experiments being tested everywhere ...... but it is effectively only a failing rearguard, after the wild horses have bolted project nowadays identifying in established shadows the truly worthy enemies of a Free State.

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