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UK Minister Mark Harper (@Mark_J_Harper): Release Video of 12-Hour Detention of Journalist Leah McGrath Goodman

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This story now on HuffingtonPost: http://huff.to/19TEmSk

Read the motion from UK Parliament: http://www.parliament.uk/edm/2013-14/344

All democracies should respect freedom of the press. Journalism is not a crime -- and it should not be treated as such. Ms. Goodman, an American author and journalist, was detained for 12 hours at Heathrow Airport and treated exactly as a criminal, though she had committed no crime. She was locked up, stripped of all her ID and belongings, denied access to consulate and lawyer -- something even criminals are allowed -- photographed and fingerprinted. Her "crime": researching VIP atrocities against children across the British Isles. She is legally entitled to the full video footage of her 12-hour detainment and any other information the U.K. still holds on her under the Data Protection Act. For two years, the U.K. has repeatedly ignored her requests. Please release this information at once.

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