Why has the public accepted the 100-year secrecy order over the Dunblane massacre?

Large sections of the police investigation/report into the Dunblane massacre were banned from the public domain under a 100-year secrecy order. Many researchers have found evidence to suggest that the Dunblane child killer Thomas Hamilton was part of a paedophile ring that included significant members of the Blair Labour government and the government's NATO boss and Blair government insider Lord Robertson was discovered to be the referee on Thomas Hamilton's shotgun licence.

Obviously, this 100-year secrecy order is keeping important information from the public that would probably implicate important people in British politics's. Clearly, the government at the time has implemented this secrecy order to protect itself but this is dishonest and totally corrupt so why has the public let them get away with this obvious abuse of power. Especially regarding such an important subject that is absolutely in the public interest.

Why do you think the public has let them get away with this?

Also, from a legal perspective, what action could someone take to have this 100-year secrecy order lifted due to public interest, could the highest court in the land overturn this order?

I'd like to hear your opinion on this too?

The article that motivated my question, ‘Tony Blair covering up paedophile scandal?’

http://www.tpuc.org/blair-covering-up-paedophile-s...

Update:

Rightwinger: Bravo! very well said.

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  • ?
    Lv 6
    7 years ago
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    Because the only goal of the government following the Dunblane incident was to further enslave your people.

    Now that you are unarmed they do not have to consider you opinion on anything.

    The purpose of the Second Amendment in the USA was to make the politicians a little scared of their people.

    Your politicians can diddle little boys to their heart content; what are you going t do about it?

    You traded your freedom for a false promise of security.

  • Jim J
    Lv 5
    7 years ago

    It is interesting that you point out that there is a 100 year gagging order on Dunblane,( I never knew that) because there is also a 100 year gagging order on Operation Ore. This was an investigation by the FBI that tracked credit card details of online paedophiles in the UK that found that many of the British Establishment were involved in it. Of course the lie from the Blair government was that many of the cards were stolen! (Like a thief will pay to download porn rather than buy luxury items on a stolen credit card).

    I find it an affront to Democracy, arrogant and a Slap in the face of the people to tell them they have not the right to know who these high ranking paedophiles are.

    The Establishment will always protect itself, the whole system is a farce.

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    I'd only be interested if it got the section 5 handgun ban lifted.

  • 7 years ago

    Do you believe everything you read on the internet

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