* The Constitution, the Police Act and the European Convention on Human Rights were violated.
* About 100 citizens have been compensated by the Copenhagen Police because their rights were violated.
* The Tibet Commission submitted its report in December 2017, but was set up again in the summer of 2018.
* This was due to new information from older police officers in the press and that the commission had not initially had full access to documents with the authorities.
* The new commission must go further back in time and examine “the extent to which state authorities other than the police” have been involved in the process of handling police visits.
* 11 former ministers are on the list of people summoned by the Commission for questioning. The interrogations have been going on since January this year.
* Poul Nyrup Rasmussen (S), Helle Thorning-Schmidt (S), Anders Fogh Rasmussen (V), Per Stig Møller (K) and others have previously answered questions.
* The commission consists of District Judge Tuk Bagger, professor, dr.jur. Michael Hansen Jensen and lawyer Ole Spiermann.
Source: The Nordic Page