Sunday, September 24, 2006

Without Historical Precedent

Atlas points out an utterly incredible story in the Times of London.

POLICE have agreed to consult a panel of Muslim leaders before mounting counter-terrorist raids or arrests. Members of the panel will offer their assessment of whether information police have on a suspect is too flimsy and will also consider the consequences on community relations of a raid.

Members will be security vetted and will have to promise not to reveal any intelligence they are shown. They will not have to sign the Official Secrets Act.

The first panel, expected to consist of four people, will be set up initially in London. Tomorrow representatives from police forces across England and Wales will decide whether to make the scheme national.

These guys will be vetted? Then why have NO LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY (They will not have to sign the Official Secrets Act)?


I cannot think of any kind of precedent for this in history.

The killers in the Finsbury Park Mosque MUST view this as Allah's work, staying the hand of the 'blinded' kufrs.

It is the handiwork of politically correct, multicultural, guilt ridden, non procreative (how could they care about their children and do this?), faithless, moral and physical cowards, and ostriches.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

1940 - Winston Churchill has agreed that members of the Nazi Party will be informed of any suspected encroachments by the Luftwaffe into British airspace, and will be asked for their permission before RAF Spitfires are sent up to meet them towing banners saying 'We'll cry if you bomb us'.