Posted on October 29, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
The Terrorism Act in Britain has been used to seize the laptop of a BBC journalist who produced a series of reports on British-born jihadis. As always, police never have any restraint in what they do. They are brain-dead and do not grasp that if they go down this road of grabbing journalists’ computers to see who their contacts are, nobody will ever talk to one again. They are destroying important conduits of information because they cannot see beyond their nose.
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