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 This system of secrecy uncontrollable by the public is unique in democratic Europe. It switches the fourth estate, the press, de facto off. Even the Freedom-Of-Information-Act thus remains ineffective. The public will be duped, especially since may not even be reported if at all a "​super-injunction"​ exists. The inevitable consequence is a mutual system of mistrust between establishment and the people. This system of secrecy uncontrollable by the public is unique in democratic Europe. It switches the fourth estate, the press, de facto off. Even the Freedom-Of-Information-Act thus remains ineffective. The public will be duped, especially since may not even be reported if at all a "​super-injunction"​ exists. The inevitable consequence is a mutual system of mistrust between establishment and the people.
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 +Even the quite weak, but only, public weapon against this system is under severe attack: See latest (18-Dec.-2015):​ ->​[[http://​www.theguardian.com/​politics/​2015/​dec/​18/​tom-watson-urges-david-cameron-to-drop-sinister-foi-review|The Guardian]], __Tom Watson urges David Cameron to drop '​sinister'​ FoI review__: "​[[david_cameron|David Cameron]] must abandon his “sinister” review of the Freedom of Information Act that could return the UK to the dark ages of private government, [[the_sinister_clue|Tom Watson]] has said.
 +In a speech in London, the Labour deputy leader urged the government to drop its FOI commission which has itself been condemned for lacking transparency and initially planning to take evidence in private.
 +The composition of the panel has also been criticised, because it includes the former home secretary **Jack Straw** who has previously spoken out against the FOI and called for the legislation to be rewritten...//​“The information commissioner described the review as an attempt to return to the dark ages of private government. Just think about that for a moment: the dark ages of private government, from the person charged with upholding transparency. That is sinister stuff but it’s true.”//​...//​“As prime minister, he is methodically closing all the doors and the shutters, drawing the blinds and the curtains, retreating to the shadows at the back of the national farmhouse,​”//​ he said. //“He wants to govern from the gloom in the old-fashioned way, without the inconvenience of scrutiny, abandoning any hope of decency or trust.”//
 +Ministers are considering curbs on FOI because they argue it has become too burdensome to administrate. They are looking at placing limits on requests and the possibility of charging for information.
 +Defenders of the act claim FOI has been used to uncover more than 200 major public sector scandals. These include the abuse of MPs’ expenses, increasing pay and expense levels of council chief executives, the black spider memos from [[royal_family|Prince Charles]] to government ministers, and the growing number of racism claims within the [[metropolitan_police|Metropolitan police]]."​
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 As from criminal statistics we know that around **5% of the population** have a criminal record. If we think e.g. that a possible offender should be in the range of about one hours drive (around 50 miles) we will always find a large quantity of people with a criminal record in this region (especially in crowded areas like London it is an easy task anyway). With the help of databases we then can sort out individuals with arbitrary profiles, like which may be profession, sex, race, past crimes etc. what ever one likes. Through phone, credit card and/or car driving records, IP numbers and internet use, etc. also an at least rough pattern of the individuals movements and alleged behaviour may be found out. The next thing then is to find, or simply to construct, a seemingly relation to the crime under investigation. ​ As from criminal statistics we know that around **5% of the population** have a criminal record. If we think e.g. that a possible offender should be in the range of about one hours drive (around 50 miles) we will always find a large quantity of people with a criminal record in this region (especially in crowded areas like London it is an easy task anyway). With the help of databases we then can sort out individuals with arbitrary profiles, like which may be profession, sex, race, past crimes etc. what ever one likes. Through phone, credit card and/or car driving records, IP numbers and internet use, etc. also an at least rough pattern of the individuals movements and alleged behaviour may be found out. The next thing then is to find, or simply to construct, a seemingly relation to the crime under investigation. ​
  
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 Such kinds of __Not-Cause-related by evidence investigations__ are more or less forbidden in most democratic countries. The reason is that by this way of investigations a lot of innocent people are pestered and the risk of false accusations are extremely high. Also every investigator and prosecutor knows from experience, that mentally weak or ill persons may be forced to even false confessions under such severe stress. A well known sample related to our investigation is e.g. given in the case of the [[savile_apocalypse|Jill Dando]] (->see [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Jill_Dando|wikipedia]]) ​ murder. __Not-Case-related by evidence investigations__ therefore are only lawful (laws differ very much by country) if in cases of a **very severe crime** there is indeed not any direct evidence to be found and thus the individual rights in a democracy may be overruled in a special case by decision of an appropriate judge. ​ Such kinds of __Not-Cause-related by evidence investigations__ are more or less forbidden in most democratic countries. The reason is that by this way of investigations a lot of innocent people are pestered and the risk of false accusations are extremely high. Also every investigator and prosecutor knows from experience, that mentally weak or ill persons may be forced to even false confessions under such severe stress. A well known sample related to our investigation is e.g. given in the case of the [[savile_apocalypse|Jill Dando]] (->see [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Jill_Dando|wikipedia]]) ​ murder. __Not-Case-related by evidence investigations__ therefore are only lawful (laws differ very much by country) if in cases of a **very severe crime** there is indeed not any direct evidence to be found and thus the individual rights in a democracy may be overruled in a special case by decision of an appropriate judge. ​
  
-Through hundreds of ->[[http://www.mccannfiles.com/id27.html|alleged sightings]] of Madeleine McCann, the range of "​possible"​ suspects was extended to any distance. __**See:​**__ e.g. ->[[http://www.mccannfiles.com/id467.html|"​tractor-man"​]],​ [[suspects|suspects]],​ ->[[http://www.mccannfiles.com/id67.html|Creepy Man]], ->[[http://www.mccannfiles.com/id262.html|Barcelona-woman]] (see her also at official FindMadeleine ->​[[http://​findmadeleine.com/​campaigns/​unidentified_people.html|Suspects-Page]] [14.Dec.2014] with alleged [[tanner-sighting|Tanner-Sighting]] suspect too.) , latest ->​[[http://​www.express.co.uk/​news/​uk/​546818/​Brazilian-couple-who-wanted-a-child-re-examined-in-Madeleine-hunt|Brazilian couple]] and inummerable more. For 2014 see a pictured list of tabloids at ->​[[http://​www.anorak.co.uk/​411323/​madeleine-mccann/​madeleine-mccann-arrests-clues-and-trolls-all-the-2014-front-pages.html/​|Anorak]].+Through hundreds of ->[[https://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Nigel/id27.htm|alleged sightings]] of Madeleine McCann, the range of "​possible"​ suspects was extended to any distance. __**See:​**__ e.g. ->[[https://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Nigel/id467.htm|"​tractor-man"​]],​ [[suspects|suspects]],​ ->[[https://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Nigel/id67.htm|Creepy Man]], ->[[https://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Nigel/id262.htm|Barcelona-woman]] (see her also at official FindMadeleine ->​[[http://​findmadeleine.com/​campaigns/​unidentified_people.html|Suspects-Page]] [14.Dec.2014] with alleged [[tanner-sighting|Tanner-Sighting]] suspect too.) , latest ->​[[http://​www.express.co.uk/​news/​uk/​546818/​Brazilian-couple-who-wanted-a-child-re-examined-in-Madeleine-hunt|Brazilian couple]] and inummerable more. For 2014 see a pictured list of tabloids at ->​[[http://​www.anorak.co.uk/​411323/​madeleine-mccann/​madeleine-mccann-arrests-clues-and-trolls-all-the-2014-front-pages.html/​|Anorak]].
  
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