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UK Spycops Were A 'Criminal Enterprise Condoned at the Highest Levels', Inquiry Participant Says

The Undercover Policing Inquiry was set up to investigate claims of police had infiltrated more than 1,000 trade unions, environmental and anti-war groups, and leftist movements, all operating legally within England and Wales. But the judge in charge refuses to permit the public to watch the hearings, a participant tells Sputnik.

Sputnik, November 27th 2020

Dónal O'Driscoll, a political activist, a writer and founder of the Undercover Research Group, is a core participant in the Undercover Policing Inquiry (UCPI). He explains to Sputnik that he only expects limited justice to result from the UCPI, because of Judge Sir John Mitting's refusal to publicise the names of undercover police who infiltrate political organisations.

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