[python] MI5 Persecution: BBC-TV See You, See Me - 7/Dec/2001 (5247)
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>Predmet: [python] MI5 Persecution: BBC-TV See You, See Me - 7/Dec/2001 (5247)
>BBC-TV "See You, See Me" - 7/Dec/2001
>Certainty level: 80%
>On Friday 7 December 2001, BBC Schools aired a TV programme from their "See You, See Me" series.
>The series was based in Scotland, with Grant Stott and Wilma Kennedy trying to find some stolen jewels.
>Its web home is www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/seeyouseeme/
>The programme appeared to make some "subtext" references to my situation. Kennedy refers to "it's not fair",
>which is a key phrase; its existence started with OCTS MD Hugh S.-W. who humorously referred to my treatment
>with the same phrase.
>The subtle statement is that it is fair, because we're doing it, and we're always right, even when we're wrong.
>The phrase "useless idiot" from the police chief is a clear insult directed at me, and needs no explanation.
>But it is the third item in this clip which is most telling. Stott says the words, "humiliating in front of
>the whole public, it would crucify us" if the investigation were called off. That's the phrase that assures
>this clip of an 80% probability rating. MI5 are trying to humiliate me "in front of the whole public",
>and their strategy is a mixture of ambiguous covert, such as this very programme, and clear overt.
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