Stopping new prosecutions of Encrochat suspects until more evidence about the hacking is disclosed
An international group of lawyers have published an open letter to members of the European Parliament saying that because of the continued secrecy around the law enforcement hack of encrypted phone network Encrochat, their clients have not been able to have fair trials.
The lawyers also ask the European Commission and European Parliament to stop new prosecutions of Encrochat suspects until more evidence about the hacking is disclosed.
“The manner of the infiltration has been suppressed under the shroud of a claim of national defense secrecy by the French authorities. This has made it impossible for those accused of crimes, to check the accuracy, authenticity, reliability and even the legality of the evidence used against them,” the letter reads. The lawyers add that they believe this is unprecedented in their collective experience, and that it breaches European Court of Human Rights case law.
“An emerging picture of inconsistent, even completely contradicting information has been provided by various law enforcement agencies across Europe, accompanied by an overall refusal by law enforcement agencies to liaise with each other in the ongoing disclosure process in current prosecutions. This raises serious concerns about the integrity and reliability of the evidence on which prosecutions across Europe are based,” the letter adds.
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