Saturday, 7 March 2009

Lord Justice Laws

Lawbroker Laws
"Although it was wrong in principle for British courts to consider evidence obtained by torture in Britain", he was "quite unable to see that any such principle prohibits the [Home Secretary] from relying . . . on evidence coming into his hands which has been obtained through torture by agencies of other states . . . " (New Statesman, 2004)
He also sat in the Metric Martyrs case in 2002.

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