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Britain - a police state

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What happens to those who trip over unethical and criminal activities perpertrated by the State? An account by a nobody who tripped over unethical psychological experiments, perpetrated on a member of her family. The use of psychological experiments is now very evident in the prisons at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay, where General Janis Karpinski has carried the can for activities she alleges were sanctioned by Rumsfeld himself. A useful description of the lengths to which the unaccountable can pursue, hound, harass and pursue an innocent civilian. When our security services are overseen by those whom the security services screen as sympathisers to their cause we have anarchy. This story provides insights into the microcosms of small lives and interpolates a personal experience to view what happens on the greater world stage to those who refuse to be cowed into submission. From David Kelly to Princess Diana – a picture of insouciant criminality at the heart of the British State... More > is unavoidable.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Helen Pender
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
147
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.4 MB

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Printable? Yes
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