Monday, August 29, 2011

Human Rights Of A Dead Person

 The Equality and Human Rights Commission have challenged the refusal of Grampian Fire Service to produce the incident report into the death of Roy Greig, Hollie's uncle, in 1997. Peter Murray of the Fire Service had put forward the bizarre arguement that doing so would breach the dead man's human rights.

 Why on earth would they be so reluctant to release this report ?

1 comment:

  1. Crime is a public not a private “gagged” matter. It is an accepted fact in law that no-one is above the law and that crimes are accountable under the law.