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CHIEF CONSTABLE OF TAYSIDE POLICE ACCEPTS APPLICATION FOR FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (February 06, 2007)
Inspector Shaun McKillop today accepted a request on behalf of Chief Constable John Vine to process an application under the Freedom of Information Act in respect of any or all information held by the Tayside Police in the matter of Lord Peter Fraser of Carmylie.
Inspector McKillop stated that the public was entitled to know what information was held by his force. It is anticipated that information will take between ten and forty days to be supplied.
Lord Fraser has today stated in the Press & Journal, pg 7 that on the advice of his wife, Lady Fraser he will not sue any parties involved in his alleged air rage complaint.A legal source said today"it would be most unwise for his Lordship to sue as he would have to repeat the allegation and that under civil law the standard of proof need not be so high and that he could run the risk of losing the case".
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