It has been brought to the contributors attention of this blog through letters at the PO Box that there is an investigation being conducted by Merseyside Police against Alec "mad as a hatter" McFadden, President coalition trade unions on Merseyside.
On November the 19th (go to the 19th Nov on this site) a few weeks ago he openly admitted on the Roger "stinky" Phillips show that he would be using the 12,000 BNP members list which he had stored on his home computer and be using it against them with their employers. This is a clear breach of the data protection act if ever there was one. As a result of this programme people from all over Merseyside contacted their local Police stations to make a complaint about this.
Radio Merseyside had the programme and the conversation on their "listen again" section for a week on their website but have since taken it down. Roger "stinky" Phillips upon realising that McFadden had incriminated himself on air "nursed him" through the rest of the radio interview like a little school boy. However not being able to help himself McFadden again stated that he would be sending hundreds of emails to his Union members to dissect the list and again use it against them (BNP members). Roger Phillips no doubt had given up trying to protect his friend at this stage and the interview with McFadden and stinky Phillips quickly concluded.
We feel if this had been a BNP member so brazenly and openly bragging of this criminal breach of the data protection act the culprit responsible would already be serving the appropriate sentence. Lets now see what happens to Alec McFadden who clearly thinks he's above the law. We hope Merseyside Police treat him in the same way "we know" that they would treat a BNP member.