Australian anti-war activist 'among victims of alleged UK police hacking'

Ciaron O’Reilly one of 10 people named by whistleblower as having had emails illegally monitored by Scotland Yard.

An Australian anti-war activist was among the victims of alleged illegal email hacking by UK police, according to whistleblower claims being investigated by the British police watchdog. Ciaron O’Reilly, a Ploughshares and Catholic Worker organiser, is one of 10 people named in a letter to the Green party peer Jenny Jones by an anonymous whistleblower who alleged the emails of those individuals were among those illegally monitored by a secretive Scotland Yard unit working with Indian police and hackers.

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