Authority for War Crimes Unit investigation

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Dear Attorney General's Office,

Please disclose whether and when Attorney General authorised inquiry by War Crimes Unit Of interest are Gwent early 90s and Galician SS Suffolk 2006

Yours faithfully,

Richard Card

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Dear AGO Correspondence,

You are overdue to answer

Yours sincerely,

Richard Card

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Dear AGO Correspondence,

Thank you for your answer

(1) The case of mercenary given four years 1979 Nuneaton for possession of 50 lbs of gelignite. You have no record of applications under explosives law and Public Order Act 1936

(2) The arrests of 21 TA HSF men in Kent 1987 for paramilitary collusion possession of explosives, forged UDR ID cards and having conducted unlawful missions to Ulster and Ireland You have no record of applications under explosives law and Public Order Act 1936 No record of CPS ever taking nil prosecution decision And you have no record of authorising the missions

(3) The Parole Board does not comply with Terrorism Law re prisoners maintaining silence subject of silence offences in Terrorism Law.

(4) The Attorney General has no record of correspondence from Sir John Stradling Thomas IE if he not died at Dolphin Square 1991 whether his planned ombudsman inquiry would have found that you had no record of receiving correspondence from the MP ? Which would have rather endorsed his suspicion that his mail was intercepted.

(5) Veterans outraged at prosecutions of soldiers who served in Ulster, are beginning to ask about the misleadlingly called "Rules of Engagement" They are beginning to question who and how armed TARA via Kincora allegedly 1967 two years before troops deployed on much the same basis in law as TARA ONLY IF TARA had CROWN AUTHORITY AND ONLY IF ARMY PLAN HAD CROWN AUTHORITY . The relating question is did GLADIO ever have Crown Authority ? The Gang and Counter Gang plans of Kitson could never be lawful in UK. Interestingly KITSON EOKA police commissioner was late Burns who went on to be Suffolk Chief constable an accused in the McGill Decd case for the crimes you are aware of. I cannot see what interest Burns might have been to IRA asset in Suffolk spying. But he must be on the suspect target list as would Lord Stonham etc. You have a list who was definitely targeted (See McGill Decd)

I was in Mediocre Regt A Company Column Dodgers. I Iay no claim to military prowess. But they guy training us was a 22SAS sergeant major. Who told us in 1969 that the gang counter gang stuff was unlawful in Blighty. He had requested RTU from SAS because he refused unlawful orders.

Your FOI answers,of no records are worrying but very informative Thank you