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Posted on 16 May 2008 10:31 am
To suggest that a team as vastly as experienced as Harry Roberts and Simon Creighton would fail to inform prison authorities of a solicitor's telephone number, whilst knowing that all calls are being monitored, is frankly laughable. Why go through the trouble of typing up transcripts and distributing them if it is plain to see that these are privileged conversations between an inmate and his legal representative? How many other prisoners have been monitored in this way, or are we expected to believe that it is only the one? Please Mr Straw, a better explanation would be that rules were being broken, and through incompetence, the breech came to light. Please credit us members of the public with at least a little bit of intelligence.
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