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Open Verdict

So what are you, as a juror, supposed to return if you’re not allowed to call the shooting of an innocent electrician ‘unlawful killing’? If you look at the basics of the case, especially from the viewpoint of Jean Charles de Menezes, it is absolutely clear that he was unlawfully killed. Someone, probably several people,…
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More of our rights in the gutter

When I first decided to go back to school and forget all the dreams of becoming a famous guitarist one of the first projects I had to do I chose the subject of encryption. Even back then in 1996 the governments of the western worlds were trying to find ways to stop people from encrypting…
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Ola

This week Dubya dropped a bombshell (metaphorical, as opposed to the real ones they drop all over the world) apparently the CIA were holding potential ‘terrorists’ in secret prisons around the world. Oooh Gasp! Never! That implies that all the ‘rumours’ of extrordinary rendition, the practise of kidnapping someone and flying them off to secret…
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Protest March

As promised sometime ago I have rejigged the messageboard and archived all the previous posts. So you can now join me in condemning whoever you want. Stop the War coallition are organising a demonstration on Saturday 5th August from Hyde Park (speakers corner) marching to Downing Street and then onto Parliament Square. We are going…
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Bend Over Bliar

Wow, go Tony! You really showed Dubya that you’re no poodle. The people of Lebanon must be so relieved that you’ve managed to bully Dubya into resolving this human tragedy by demanding some almost immediate discussion. His brilliant plan is that everyone (apart from Hezbollah, Syria and Iran) gather round a table some time next…
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