Liberty’s high court legal challenge of police searches at DSEI will take place on 2 October, 2003. Were you searched in London by police using Section 44 powers (Anti-terror search powers) during/before the week of September 6th-12 “DSEI week”? Liberty needs information from you, ASAP!

If you were searched by police using anti-terror search powers, Liberty needs a copy of your police search record(s) right away!! Your anonymity will be guaranteed, but the some of the information from the record will be used on THURSDAY the 2nd of OCTOBER at the High Court Hearing (see below).

Send a copy of your police search record(s) would be sent via fax to 0207 407 5354 or delivered by hand to Liberty at 21 Tabard Street, SE1 4LA (Borough Tube).

If you have questions, please ring Mona Arshi (the LIBERTY lawyer handling the case) at 0207 378 3653. If you have any difficulties reaching Mona, contact the Liberty volunteer involved in this case – Jesse at 0781 4587 361.

NOTE: All information will be held in accordance with you right to privacy under the data protection act 1998).

A short explanation of Liberty’s high court challenge of police tactics at DSEI.

The Metropolitan police used anti-terror searches to intimidate, disrupt and deter protest at DSEI.

Liberty will challenge these police tactics in the high court judicial review on the 2nd of October, 2003.

To show support, arrive at 9am outside the Royal Courts of Justice on The Strand.

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