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Met Police lose FOIA appeal over documents on WikiLeaks journalists

 
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12/18/2018 12:23 PM

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Met Police lose FOIA appeal over documents on WikiLeaks journalists
In a win for WikiLeaks, a journalist has won a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) appeal with the Met Police to defend press freedom and reveal the existence of communications, between UK & US authorities, about WikiLeaks editors.

Stefania Maurizi, a La Repubblica journalist and longtime partner on WikiLeaks releases, has been pursuing various multi-jurisdictional FOIA requests about WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange over the past few years, and secured a victory against the Met at a first-tier Tribunal appeal.

“The victory in Stefania’s case is important first step,” WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Hrafnsson told RT, adding that the tribunal decision sets “an important example for journalists in FOIA cases.”

The Met had refused one of Maurizi’s FOIA requests and would not even confirm or deny whether it has documents on three WikiLeaks journalists: Hrafnsson, Joseph Farrell and Sarah Harrison.

Nor would it reveal any details of its correspondence with US law enforcement agencies about the three WikiLeaks editors, including two British citizens, whose personal emails were secretly disclosed to US prosecutors after a court in East Virginia ordered Google to disclose their emails, contacts and IP addresses in 2012.

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12/18/2018 01:12 PM
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Re: Met Police lose FOIA appeal over documents on WikiLeaks journalists
Important enough news to bump back up.

Remember Great Britain does NOT have the luxury of the Freedom of Speech which we have in the US (US Constitution's 1st Amendment). As a result if is a much steeper climb in the UK to legally obtain information as to government goings on behind the screen than it is in the US.

It remains to be seen as to if the UK Government will actually comply with the Court's Order ... but based upon their past behavior I personally think it is highly unlikely.

The UK Government, it's governmental institutions, and it's Ruling Class ABSOLUTELY HATES THE CONCEPT OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH. They want to pull the levers behind the scene for EVERYTHING the public can see, AND ALSO DISCUSS. (think the wizard behind the curtain in "The Wizard of Oz")
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