Barriers to full disclosure with FOI enquiry or SAR

Joanna Iatridou made this Freedom of Information request to Ministry of Justice

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From: Joanna Iatridou

25 March 2010

Dear Ministry of Justice,

I plan to go abroad and start a new life. I noticed that people who
are targets of harassment without any past criminal prosecution or
action or offense get an information link on their passport and
name which can contain 10 pages material of alarming and heinous
suspicions to place them under 24/7 monitoring in Europe.

My belief is that as I did not commit any crime, just like these
other targeted people, my passport and name should not contain
alarming suspicions as this will stop me getting a new and better
life abroad.

How do I lift barriers like "exempt" "NCND" Not confirm not deny
and "High risk" to obtain the FULL data held on my name and Nino
when doing FOI inquiries or SAR Subject Access Requests?
For data filed and blocked 3 ways as described, which were
slanderous malicious and fabricated can the authority or data base
officer refuse full disclosure to escape being exposed for data
entries that constitute malicious slander, libel and fabrications
that obstruct justice?

Yours faithfully,

Joanna Iatridou

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25 March 2010

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Christopher Stacey LL.B, LL.M left an annotation (26 March 2010)

Quote-marks Joanna,

I am interested in the issue that you raise but I am not entirely sure what information you are trying to get the Ministry of Justice to release? Are you saying that you have information held on your passport, including allegations, which you have never been prosecuted for, and you want to know how to remove them?

I would be interested the see the MoJ's response to this.

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Joanna Iatridou left an annotation (26 March 2010)

Quote-marks Answer to Mr Stacey's annotation.

I saw London Metro Police Officers and Scottish Police Officers being in a state of rage against me for "Exempt" allegations,circulated secretly from me. While I can make guesses what the fabrications could be, I am in direct risk of getting shot like Jean Charles de Menezes.
The unexpressed rage I saw, and queried with IPCC is serious. I am not making guesses. The high risk is for me to get killed, framed and jailed or disappear in some CIA prison in Europe unless the Exempt material is fully disclosed. I was already attacked and injured and got to ensure that Law Enforcement does not do another human error like Menezes. The database material is sinister and benefits both Law Enforcement and my safety to disclose it and clear the air asap, to escape the risk of casualties from Identity error.

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From: Goburdhun, Kavita
Ministry of Justice

15 April 2010


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<<Response to Joanna Iatridou on barriers to full disclosure to Freedom
of Information requests 29-03-2010.DOC>> Dear Ms Iatridou,

Please find attached a response to your letter.

Miss K Goburdhun

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