JCHR slams Ken Clarke's 'secret justice' proposals

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  • Yeh, yeh, yeh - "Open" yeh "Justice" yeh "Fairness" yeh .................................The Americans won't share intelligence with us because they are scared witless of our open court system - even in matters of national security. Good, fair, open, justified, people - sometimes you really do not want things to be open .....even at the risk of unfairness. Ponder this - a few individuals are locked up infairly but at the same time information is released ot the UK that saves 100s of lives. Which would you prefer? Or would you rather leave those sorts of difficult decisions to someone else? If so, then please don't throw stones.

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  • So, Anonymous@12:04pm, perhaps you would like to volunteer to have your civil claim against the Govt based on its participation or connivance in your torture by a foreign regime dismissed as a result of evidence you and your legal team are not allowed to see or question? And presumably you are happy to allow the Govt, not the trial judge, to determine whether the "closed material procedure" is followed, thereby allowing the Govt to act as judge in its own case and to cover up its own misdeeds. Sounds like you would feel well at home in a polic state. Please crawl back into the cave whence you came.

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  • Ken lives in a different planet. MI5and the British Government have so much to hide from us that they will do almost anything. The are putting people in jail for lesser crimes. The UK govenment without doubt must be one of the most corrupt governments in the world. If only we could have someon like Henrietta Hill as our PM,

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