Undercover Policing Inquiry: Outrage at “Brick wall of silence”

On the first day of the Undercover Policing Inquiry hearings, The Campaign Opposing Police Surveillance demonstrate over the “brick wall of silence”.

The “public” Inquiry is hearing evidence behind closed doors, with no access to the public – thousands of whom will have been spied on by the members of a political secret police unit that infiltrated over 2,000 left wing organisations and campaigns (but only 3 far-right ones) between 1968 and 2010.

Join the growing pressure for activists to see the files held on them, for undercover police’s cover names to be revealed, and for a complete list of groups spied on – and get daily reports on the proceedings at the Campaign Opposing Police Surveillance’s website.