Dear Judicial Conduct Investigations Office,

Could you please release to me any information you hold in relation to investigations on following crimes reported to the Metropolitan police for Misconduct in Public Office by the following 3 people in relation to their treatment of Julian Assange.

Emma Arbuthnot BCA-78253-20-0101-IR Tuesday 29 Sep 2020
CIN-41994-20-0100-000

Deborah Taylor BCA-81963-20-0101-IR Monday 12 Oct 2020
CIN-43827-20-0100-000

Michael Snow BCA-81927-20-0101-IR Tuesday 29 Sep 2020
CIN-43809-20-0100-000

Crime reference number 6543524/20

Many Thanks

Yours faithfully,

Emmy Butlin

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JCIO General Enquiries, Judicial Conduct Investigations Office

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Walters, Laura (JCIO), Judicial Conduct Investigations Office

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Dear Ms Butlin,

 

Please see attached FOIA response to your request 210703006.

 

Kind Regards

 

Laura

 

Laura Walters

Senior Casework Manager

Judicial Conduct Investigations Office

 

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