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Arrests: Serious and Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 (Designated Sights S.129) Order. Holyrood.

Scottish Parliament arbitrary change of Serious and Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 – Designated Sites S.129 implementation date.

Freedom of Information Disclosure from The Corporate Entity Known as 

The Scottish Parliament, Holyrood.

Not even a week after the new Serious and Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 (Designated Sights S.129) Order was ‘due’ to be implemented on Friday 1st October 2021, and subsequently Police Scotland Angels who attended Holyrood on Saturday 2nd October 2021 as Legal Advisors, to save harm protestors and ensure their liberty, we were informed on camera by a Police Scotland Officer that the Parliament had simply changed the implementation date to Monday 4th October 2021. 

Clearly The Queen being is residence and attending the opening ceremony of the Scottish Parliament did not ‘merit’ a national security safeguard that includes protection from threats of national security to the extreme extent of the new regulation, in which the implementation date of S.129 was halted until 4th October 2021 at the flip of a coin or an ‘obligation’. 

After using FOiSA to request the number of protester arrests outside the Parliament Building known as Holyrood and also the number of arrests made by intruders, that could substantiate an order as outrageous as to make a public right of way such as Holyrood is a ‘No Go’ area due to it being a designated site that requires safeguarding due to threats of national security. 

The Scottish Parliament do not hold any recorded information regarding arrests outside or inside the Parliament building, despite the Cabinet Minister for Justice being including in the briefing for the implementation of this order. 

Albeit the legislation did not state protesters were the ‘threat to national security’ it is clear to a reasonable person that Police Scotland have protesters profiled, and should you happen to be on their database as a threat to national security after a number of very challengeable arrests. 

One camera scan on your face via a Police Pronto Notebook (and Police Scotland being hesitant to release information on Police Scotland Force wide Pronto Notebook Malfunctions – currently being investigated by the Scottish Information Commissioner as they claimed the request was vexatious, and only one report of highly challengeable assertion of such a malfunction between a set period of time, within one command, leaves the critical thinker questioning their motives) that being said, these Pronto Police Notebooks are in constant connection to the servers with the control and surveillance team, and if your face is recognised, there is a high possibility that it will have the officer on the ground hearing Papa Alpha Fox Trot’ in their ear piece – 

-National Security Alert –

Arrest on suspicion of being a threat to national security. 

Be careful people!