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Old 02-03-2018, 02:03 PM   #1
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Exclamation Secret government order allowing MI5 law-breaking revealed

Secret government order allowing MI5 law-breaking revealed.

Ref BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-43256180

Previously secret instructions issued by ministers confirm MI5 agents are authorised to engage in law-breaking, human rights campaigners have claimed.

The intelligence watchdog has been told to keep under review guidance on use of agents "who participate in criminality" and in what cases it can be permitted.

The ministerial order was made public following a long-running legal battle.

Reprieve called for the guidance to be published, warning authorised crime was the "most intrusive power" possible.

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Old 02-03-2018, 05:00 PM   #2
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Default Law allowing Dutch intelligence to engage in criminal activities

According to Article 21 of the Dutch Law for our intelligence agencies “Wet op de Inlichtingen- en Veiligheidsdiensten”, the AIVD and MIVD can engage in any criminal activity and infiltrate in any criminal organisation.
Fortunately censorship over here is almost complete, so we don't need to keep the crimes against humanity a secret (the translation is mine)…

Quote:
1.
The services are authorised to:
a. employ natural persons, whether or not undercover of an assumed identity or capacity, which are the responsibility of an intelligence service:
1 °. to collect information about persons and organisations that may be of importance to an intelligence service;
2 °. to promote or take measures to protect the interests of an intelligence service.
b. establish and deploy legal entities to support operational activities.
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3.
The natural person, referred to in the first paragraph, under a, may also be instructed by the intelligence service to carry out actions that result in cooperation with a criminal offense or commit a criminal offense. An instruction as referred to in the first sentence is only given if the proper execution performance of the task of the intelligence service or the safety of the natural person involved so requires.
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7.
By or pursuant to a general Order in Council, on the recommendation of the relevant Ministers and Our Minister of Security and Justice jointly, further rules may be laid down with regard to:
a. the conditions under which and the cases in which, in order to execute an instruction by a natural person as referred to in the first paragraph, part a, actions may be carried out which may result in cooperation in the commission of a criminal offense, or commit a criminal offense;
(in Dutch) http://maxius.nl/wet-op-de-inlichtin...2002/artikel21
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