"Operation Mason" file from Thames Valley Police United Kingdom

En attente d'une révision interne par L'unité de coopération judiciaire de l'Union européenne a propos de leur gestion de la demande.

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Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

Under the right of access to documents as enshrined in Article 15 on the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and Article 42 of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights, and as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information: on the death of UN weapons inspector Dr David Kelly - the "Operation Mason" file, opened and held by Thames Valley Police, United Kingdom. We believe Operation Mason file was opened on 17 July 2003.

Yours faithfully,

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Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

The response to my request has been delayed. By law, the authority / Thames Valley Police, United Kingdom,should normally have responded promptly and by 27 October 2011.

Thank you

Yours faithfully,

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Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit's handling of my FOI request '"Operation Mason" file from Thames Valley Police United Kingdom'.

We expected a reply by 27 October 2011 to our 2 October 2011 request. We require this information urgently.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address:
http://www.asktheeu.org/request/operatio...

Yours faithfully,

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Info, L'unité de coopération judiciaire de l'Union européenne

Dear

We understood that you published a request to Eurojust on your website:
http://www.asktheeu.org/request/operatio....

However, we would like to see/receive a copy of your initial request to Eurojust on this matter.
Thank you.

With kind regards,

Mr Joannes THUY, PhD
Spokesperson
Head of Press & PR Service

EUROJUST
P. O. Box 16183
2500 BD The Hague
The Netherlands
Office +31 70 412 5508

www.eurojust.europa.eu

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Dear Info,

On 6 October 2011 I requested FOI from Ask the EU. My request was:

Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

Under the right of access to documents as enshrined in Article 15
on the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and Article 42 of the
European Charter of Fundamental Rights, and as developed in
Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the
following information: on the death of UN weapons inspector Dr
David Kelly - the "Operation Mason" file, opened and held by Thames
Valley Police, United Kingdom. We believe Operation Mason file was
opened on 17 July 2003.

Yours faithfully,
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As you can see, this request is long overdue. I have also requested an internal review, so trust that this FOI request will now be completed within days, preferably by 16 December 2011 .

Yours sincerely,

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Dear Info,

Our initial request for FOI was sent by Ask the EU, to
Mr Joannes THUY,Spokesperson, Head of Press & PR Service on 6 October 2011. We still have not received a reply. Our request is :

Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

Under the right of access to documents as enshrined in Article 15
on the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and Article 42 of the
European Charter of Fundamental Rights, and as developed in
Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the
following information: on the death of UN weapons inspector Dr
David Kelly - the "Operation Mason" file, opened and held by Thames
Valley Police, United Kingdom. We believe Operation Mason file was
opened on 17 July 2003.

We would now like a reply by 16 December 2011.

Thank you

Yours sincerely,

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research-worldwide a laissé une remarque ()

The "Operation Mason " file, opened in 2003 by Thames Valley Police, United Kingdom on UN weapon's inspector, Dr David Kelly's death - we want this file/information uncensored, unredacted (blacked out) and complete. Thank you. research-worldwide.

Info, L'unité de coopération judiciaire de l'Union européenne

Link: [1]File-List

Dear research-worldwide,

 

Please be informed that the exact procedure on how to request access to
documents from Eurojust can be found on our website:

[2]http://www.eurojust.europa.eu/official_d...

 

You may find the following information:

Who can apply?

Any citizen of the European Union, and any natural or legal person
residing or having its registered office in a Member State can make a
request.

 

How to make an application?

Any application for access to a document must be made in writing. The
application must be sent, either by post, fax or e-mail in a sufficient
precise manner to enable Eurojust to identify the document. Also the
direct online “contact form” can be used. The application should be
addressed to the Head of Legal Service of Eurojust.

 

So far, we did not receive a request in accordance with this procedure.

 

With kind regards,

 

Mr Joannes THUY, PhD

Spokesperson - Head of Press & PR Service

EUROJUST

 

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Dear Info,
I have replied to Mr Joannes Thuy's email (posted above) by using the EuroJust webpage to request our FOI Operation Mason file on the death of Dr David Kelly.

Yours sincerely,

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research-worldwide a laissé une remarque ()

Message for Head of Legal Service of Eurojust posted to their webpage - 17/12/2011
Greetings: We did not get the Operation Mason file from Thames Valley Police nor a reply from yourselves by 16 December 2011.

AsktheEU Admin a laissé une remarque ()

Although the request was rejected becuase the EUJCU did not hold the information, the way they responded does not seem appropriate or considerate in trying to help the requester, as is their duty.

It should also be noted that nowhere in 1049/2001 does it stimpulate a correct procedure. Article 6.1 states that any written request, even electronically, is acceptable and therefore there is no justification for them to reject a request because it does not follow their 'personal' procedure.

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Dear Info,

If EuroJust is unable to obtain the Operation Mason File from Thames Valley Police UK, on the death of UN Weapon's Inspector Dr David Kelly in July 2003; please can I ask EuroJust to send me the information that they hold on the death of Dr David Kelly and any communications that they have had with the UK and or American governments on his death.

Thank you

Yours sincerely,

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Roelof Pieters a laissé une remarque ()

strange that the Head of Press & PR Service replies and not the legal department or whoever would more logically be handling FOIA requests.

Any guess is at good as mine, but is sounds fishy to me.