In the UK, Damian Green, a leading opposition Member of Parliament, was taken from his home in Kent to a Central London police station, where he was interrogated for nine hours by the police.
He was "arrested without warning on trumped-up conspiracy charges and thrown into jail.
"His home, constituency and parliamentary offices are simultaneously raided by 20 anti-terrorist officers."
The police confiscated Damian Green's bank statements and forced him to submit to DNA and fingerprint sampling.
The Daily Mail, in the UK, 29 November 2008, has the headline: Police state Britain: MPs want protection after arrest of Tory for telling truths Labour didn't want you to know
Littlejohn refers to the following people who are linked to Green's arrest:
1. 'Jackboot Jacqui', the Labour government minister in charge of home affairs.
2. The police chief Paul Stephenson. "Stephenson should ... spend the rest of his career ... directing traffic."
3. The Speaker of the House of Commons, known as Gorbals Mick, let the police search Green's office at the Commons, declare it a 'crime scene', and confiscate his files, mobile phone and laptop.
"Gorbals Mick is probably too thick to understand the historical duty of the Speaker to protect the independence of Parliament and its members... Gorbals should pay with his job."
4. The Labour government - "the same bunch of sadistic gangsters which hounded scientist Dr David Kelly to his death, for telling the truth about Iraq's non-existent nuclear weapons."
According to Littlejohn:
"This monstrous, abominable abuse of power shouldn't just bring down ministers, or police chiefs.
"It should bring down this callous, rotten government."
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