Britain’s Security Services Granted License to Kill, by Finian Cunningham

MI5 Headquarters

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by Finian Cunningham
Writer, Dandelion Salad
East Africa
Crossposted from Strategic Culture Foundation, Dec. 27, 2019
December 28, 2019

In a landmark ruling last week, a panel of five senior British judges ruled that a secret government policy of granting immunity to its state security service was “legal”. Below is an interview with one of the human rights groups which challenged the murky policy demanding that it be banned.

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John Pilger: The Smoking Gun

John Pilger: The Smoking Gun

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Dandelion Salad

with John Pilger

goingundergroundRT on Jun 3, 2017

We speak to legendary filmmaker and journalist, John Pilger about MI5’s connection to the Libya-Manchester atrocity ahead of tomorrow’s Arianna Grande’s benefit gig for those affected by the Manchester attack.

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Terror in Britain: What Did the Prime Minister Know? by John Pilger

On the walls of the former American embassy

Image by Babak Fakhamzadeh via Flickr

Dandelion Salad

by John Pilger
John Pilger, May 31, 2017
June 2, 2017

The unsayable in Britain’s general election campaign is this. The causes of the Manchester atrocity, in which 22 mostly young people were murdered by a jihadist, are being suppressed to protect the secrets of British foreign policy.

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Top judge: Binyam Mohamed case shows MI5 to be devious, dishonest and complicit in torture

Dandelion Salad

The Guardian
Wednesday 10 February 2010 21.40 GMT

MI5 faced an unprecedented and damaging crisis tonight after one of the country’s most senior judges found that the Security Service had failed to respect human rights, deliberately misled parliament, and had a “culture of suppression” that undermined government assurances about its conduct.

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