|Posted on 11 August, 2015 at 9:10||comments (0)|
An investigative journalist has told BBC Scotland he believes Police Scotland may have been monitoring his communications illegally.
Eamon O Connor said a police source informed him he was being targeted as he investigated the unsolved murder of Emma Caldwell.
Mr O Connor presented a BBC programme earlier this year examining what went wrong with the police investigation into the 10-year-old case.
Police Scotland did not deny his claim.
But the force said it did not comment on individual cases.
It emerged last month that two un-named UK police forces had been involved in spying on journalists and their sources...
Im just curious to see what everyones views are on this toppic? Knowing that everything the police monitor gets stored on intel weather is relevant or not, surely that's in breich of your human rights? Anyone know a little more..?