The Information Commission and the Leveson Inquiry
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Wed Dec 21 09:53:26 GMT 2011
Caspar Bowden wrote:
> *>Behalf Of *Ian Batten
> The gist of Thomas' evidence
> to Leveson Inquiry was that it was all their external counsel’s
> <http://www.no5.com/areas-of-expertise/crime/bernard-thorogood> fault
> that the ICO investigated no journos.
Does anyone know, was it the same counsel (Bernard Thorogood) who
advised the previous Met Commissioner that in order to get convictions
the Police would have to prove that telephone voice messages were
intercepted before being "read" (listened to) by their intended recipients?
-- Peter Fairbrother
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