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Control orders failure as terror suspects flee
Cat : Democracy & H-Rights
Date : 2006-10-18 22:07:29                      Reader : 312
prison, but most of them came back voluntarily !! We hope the same to happen in UK.


Guardian Unlimited 18/10/2006
Control orders failure as terror suspects flee

· Embarrassment for ministers over disappearance of two 'dangerous' men

Vikram Dodd and Will Woodward

Two alleged terrorism suspects - said by the government to be so dangerous they had to be subjected to highly restrictive control orders - are on the run, with the authorities clueless as to their whereabouts, it emerged last night.
One of the men, an Iraqi, went missing at least two months ago when he went on the run after outwitting counter-terrorism officials. Last night neither Scotland Yard nor the Home Office would explain why the public were not told until yesterday that a man who the authorities had previously claimed to be so dangerous that his liberty had to be severely curtailed without charge or trial was on the loose .


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