The vitriol and ferocity of the attacks on a minuscule organisation like ourselves should beg more questions of the attackers rather than the victims.
“New evidence has come to light that means that the CPS and West Midlands police are dropping all charges against Moazzam Begg who is an innocent man”– Assistant chief Constable Marcus Beale
“The plain facts are that the article is barely credible and relies on “unnamed official sources” speculating over unnamed and unidentifiable people in balaclavas. However it fits with an ongoing smear campaign against CAGE that has included the most senior UK politicians from the Prime Minister to Foreign and Home secretaries but also involved government regulators pressuring funders and other NGOs to boycott CAGE for asking uncomfortable questions.
The vitriol and ferocity of the attacks on a minuscule organisation like ourselves should beg more questions of the attackers rather than the victims.”
“Our role is to provide a voice for the voiceless and is in line with statutory duties of whistle blowing. These questions will not go away and in a week when we are hearing devastating testimony by David Duckenfield over the Hillsborough tragedy and the collusion between elements of the media, politicians and the police we should not be surprised that 30 years later this could still be happening.”>
“The apology by the Metropolitan Police Commissioner to the parents of the three teenage girls who left for Syria was welcome but the role of Canadian intelligence services in ushering them in to the hands of ISIS despite UK, Turkey and Canada all being NATO members is the real issue and requires a full contemporaneous inquiry with proper oversight.”
(NOTE: CAGE represents cases of individuals based on the remit of our work. Supporting a case does not mean we agree with the views or actions of the individual. Content published on CAGE may not reflect the official position of our organisation.)