Date of the last feotal homicide prosecution in Scotland III

Martin Maclean made this Freedom of Information request to Keeper of the Records of Scotland

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Waiting for an internal review by Keeper of the Records of Scotland of their handling of this request.


I hear by make a request for information under the Freedom Of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 of our sovereign lady, HM Queen Elizabeth II.

A) Deliver unto us any held data that would outline or otherwise lead to a revalation of the date of the last formal prosecution (succesful or otherwise) of a mother for homicide upon her unborn child within the jurisdiction of Scotland.

Thank you.

Martin MacLean (Management)

Life Over Death Scotland.


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Dear Keeper of the Records of Scotland.

Please may the keeper answer our FOIS request now as the statutory time limit for answering has expired.

Thank you.

Martin Maclean

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Dear Mr Maclean,

I attach a copy of the reply to your Freedom of Information request received on 28 September 2011. You will see the reply was sent on 21 October 2011 which is within the 20 day limit required.

Kind regards

Catherine Dowe
Assistant Business Manager
National Records of Scotland
General Register House
2 Princes Street
Tel: 0131 535 1311
Email: [email address]

Preserving the past; recording the present; informing the future

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Dear Keeper of the Records of Scotland,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Keeper of the Records of Scotland's handling of my FOI request 'Date of the last feotal homicide prosecution in Scotland III'.

I would request that the reply is reviewed and that in this review the answers to the following are supplied:

A) Can the service confirm if guarantee of certainly in retrieving information is legally obligatory upon the service or applicant to ascertain before the retrieval is attempted.

B) If it is, what test is employed to identify certainty is or is not present before the task is executed.

C) How much in monies is an applicant afforded to have spent on the satisfaction of the submitted request made under HM Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

D) How much monies has been spent in answering and reviewing this request so far.

E) Can the applicant use the reminder of monies afforded to fund an attempt on searching for the desired information until such monies are spent.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address:

Thank you.

Martin Maclean