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Repeal or reform RIPA 2000

Comment 9th July 2010

The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 it is being used to harass, intimidate, persecute, people law abided. Any authority can use it to intimidate someone who simply has touched their noses. Every authority has the obligation of covering up the harassment and persecution, most of the times against an innocent, because of that lAct that makes the illegal -no punishement without intervention of the law- to be legal.

It is a permission of punishment, harassment, intimidation, surveillance, without the intervention of the law. The victim sees every of their civil liberties and human rights eliminated without the possibility of defending themselves before a Tribunal.

The permission obtained from a judge of Tribunal to put into charge those surveillance operations has no value because the reason to do so are mostly invented and the evidences created ad hoc.

The terrorism in this Country has been faked at least two times. Two different terrorism attemps were filmed bay the same "actor". So I have reasonable doubts about the need of all those terror laws that at the end are used against law abided people.

Why does this matter?

My idea is important because I have been the victim of the application of that Act to extremes I could not imagine possible in a democracy. Other people I know have been victims too. None of us are terrorists.

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