"This mindset about it being okay for some people to break the law is
one which we in the Republic of Ireland DESPERATELY
to fully decommission as soon as possible (in my view): not encourage, distract
from, or support in any way."
======================== Dangerous mindsetby W. Finnerty. Tue Dec 04, 2007
From "Monday December 03, 2007
22:53" above: "These are the same gardai (Republic of Ireland
police) that are daily refusing to comply with the Criminal Justice (UN
Convention Against Torture Act) 2002, by failing to investigate and prevent
complicity in the crime of torture at Shannon airport."
they breaking the law by doing so?
If so, why are they not being
hauled before our courts of law?
We (the Republic of Ireland) have
our own CRIMINAL JUSTICE (UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE) ACT,
(please see http://www.irishstatutebook.
situation regarding the "acquiescence
of a public official
" seems very clear (to me), and it is set out in
of the above mentioned Act.
Though I continue to
value your reports (very much), it concerns me that they may well be taken to
mean (by many) that it is somehow OKAY for SOME people (our
in this case) to break the law with
This mindset about it being okay for
some people to break the law is one which we in the Republic of Ireland
DESPERATELY need to fully decommission
as soon as possible (in my
view): not encourage, distract from, or support in any way.
wishes with your efforts nonetheless. Related link: http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnert y.com/ChiefJusticeMurray/28August2007/Letter.htm
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