Looks like Police screwed up this operation!!!!

Looks like these guys were innocent after all…now they will deport them so they cant sell the stories to the press and embaress the gov more…

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article6083205.ece

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easyrider (13/04/2009)

Looks like these guys were innocent after all…now they will deport them so they cant sell the stories to the press and embaress the gov more…http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article6083205.ece[/quote]suits me fine.:smiley:

doesn’t look like it was the polices fault as such, they were forced to go early because a senior officer forgot the most basic of security rules, what happened to covers for secret documents? if they have enough to deport them then it is unlikely they are totally “innocent” as even this goverment can’t get away with “embarrasing the goverment” as a reason for deportation can they ?

doesn’t look like it was the polices fault as such, they were forced to go early because a senior officer forgot the most basic of security rules, what happened to covers for secret documents?

i thought “the most basic of security rules” was dont tell anyone:w00t::w00t:

Yep…a senior police officer.Would they get deported if they were squeaky clean?..I doubt it. As for the deportation being in order to stop them telling their story…it just isnt.:wink:

Or be shot like the brazilian!

Deep in the bowels of MI5, Lambeth:Q: Now pay attention Commander Quick - this is a document wallet. It costs a quid at WHSmiths and will stop people photographing your top secret documents. . . :doze:

sorry don’t see your point ?

so it is…

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The document that was leaked to photographers was a briefing on plans to arrest suspects. The leak can only have meant the arrests were brought forward hours or at most one or two days. You don’t have detailed briefs for Number 10 on arrests that won’t happen for some time.