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Norway Police: Audio logs from 22 July has been deleted

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August 1, 2012 in Europe

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-Yes, its correct that the conversations has been deleted. That is something that happens automatically after a certain time, confirms Chief of Police Torodd Veiding.

According to the police’s own evaluation, the command central by Asker and Bærum police department received 40 911-calls between  22. July last year, 8 of the conversations where disrupted by the caller.

It is these recordings and the communication between command central and the police units that no longer exist.

Asker and Bærum Police Department did also never receive the national alarm that Kripros (NCIS) sent out 77 minutes after the bomb went off in the government district.
The cause for this, the precinct was registered with the wrong email to receive such messages.

Source article: http://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/22-juli/artikkel.php?artid=10067328


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5 responses to Norway Police: Audio logs from 22 July has been deleted

  1. Well if the telecom companies are like the rest in Europe they are legally bond to keep the voice records of all calls for at least a minimum of 5 years. Use A FOIA to obtain the numbers called then apply for the Telcom’s voice records of those calls. if these have been deleted then we see a true conspiracy to keep the truth from the public.

  2. Be assured, police today stated that they have nothing to hide.

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