I've finally got round to uploading the audio of the UKBA interview interrogation. lt follows on from the stop and search audio clip from here. Sorry it took so long to do but the file is really big and involves a lot of work. l intend top break it down into approx 10 min clips. l'm taking out the waiting periods where nothing is happening and you'll know this by the 2 sec silence periods l've inserted.
It begins with the UKBA version of a caution called the Commerciality Statement. What follows is the UKBA totally refusing to record the interview interrogation. The over-riding reason they do this is because it gives them an distinct unfair advantage that they are not willing to relinquish. You don't get a copy of their notebook if your goods are seized ... all you get is a sheet just stating the goods they've taken off you. This makes it somewhat difficult to appeal the seizure as you can well imagine. Of course the main reason is that they don't want the lies and unjust, illegal tactics they use publicised and prefer to keep such things totally secret.The notebook is just the UKBA's version of the interview interrogation. lt definitely isn't for your benefit or indeed in the name of justice and truth.