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Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2006 13:08:58 +0100 (BST)
From: "William Finnerty" <newinngalway@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: RE: Suspension of arrest warrants
To: "Dawn Quinn Administrator Irish Council for Civil Liberties" <dawn.quinn@iccl.ie>
CC: "Gerard J Madden Senior Psychiatric Social Worker)" <gmadden@slt.n-i.nhs.uk>, "Gerald Finnerty & Marjorie Dolan New Inn County Galway.)" <margieandgerald@yahoo.ie>, "Mike Kelly (Lawyer, Irish Council for Civil Liberties)" <info@iccl.ie>
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Dear Ms Quinn,
 
Thank you for contacting me.
 
Basically, I am very badly in need of the services of a Republic of Ireland lawyer who fully recognises the reality of Article 6.3.b of the European Convention on Human Rights.
 
I feel I should stress that I have been in this situation for several years now; and, that despite numerous attempts since 2002, made by myself and by others acting on my behalf, I have so far failed to find such a person.
 
In an e-mail sent last Thursday, I updated Mr Gerard Madden (Senior Social Worker in Northern Ireland) regarding my present attitude and concerns relating to the ongoing difficulties in connection with what I see as the blatant violation of my legal rights under the terms of Article 6.3.b of the European Convention of Human Rights. Should you wish to view the contents of the e-mail in question, please go to the following location:
http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/GerardMadden20July2006/Email.htm 
 
If you can assist with finding me a lawyer who fully accepts the reality of Article 6.3.b of the ECHR, and its VERY obvious relevance to my particular case (as I see things), I would be most grateful to you.  With this in mind, and assuming it might be of some help to you, please note that I am entirely happy for you to copy this e-mail to anyone you wish.
 
As Mr Madden is also trying to find me such a lawyer at the present time, without much in the way of success (as far as I can judge), you may find it useful to have his telephone contact information and his address.  If so, please go to the following location:
http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/Constitution/GerardMadden7November2005/Letter.htm 
 
Please note I am copying this e-mail to Mr Madden.
 
I will be looking forward to hearing from you again regarding the above matter.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
 
 
William Finnerty.
 
 
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info@iccl.ie wrote:
From: <info@iccl.ie>
To: "'William Finnerty'" <newinngalway@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: RE: Suspension of arrest warrants
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2006 10:28:41 +0100

 
Dear Mr. Finnerty,
 
Thank you for your e-mail.
 
I am not sure if you wanted a response from us or not.  I am assuming that you copied us in for our information.  In any case we will log your e-mail as having been received by us and if you would like to write to us separately outlining your concerns we will respond.
 
Yours sincerely
 
Dawn Quinn
Administrator
Irish Council for Civil Liberties
9-13, Blackhall Place
Dublin 7.
 
Ph:  01-7994504
Fax: 01-7994501

 

From: William Finnerty [mailto:newinngalway@yahoo.co.uk]
Sent: 17 July 2006 13:36
To: Prime Minister Bertie Ahern; Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy (Chief Commissioner of Police, Republic of Ireland); Deputy Prime Minister Mary Harney; Minister for Justice (Michael McDowell TD); Mr James Hamilton (Director of Public Prosecutions, Republic of Ireland); Mr. Rory Brady, S.C. (Attorney General, Republic of Ireland); The Chief State Solicitor (Republic of Ireland); Guardian of Republic of Ireland Constitution (President Mary McAleese)
Cc: Nikiforos Diamandouros (The European Ombudsman); Mr Riccardo Monaco, Office of the European Ombudsman (Re: European Ombudsman's complaint reference:1867/2006/IP); The Registrar, European Court of Human Rights, Council of Europe, Strasbourg. (Re: ECHR Case Reference: 25077/05); Dick Marty (PACE Rapporteur of the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights); Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe (Thomas Hammarberg); Venice Commission (Council of Europe); Jose Manuel Barroso (President of EU Commission); Josep Borrell Fontelles (President of the European Parliament); Erkki Tuomioja President of the Council of the European Union); Michael Farrell (Lawyer, Irish Human Rights Commissioner); Caroline Nolan (Lawyer, Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission); Adrian Kane (Lawyer at Patrick Fahy & Co.); Mr Greg Nolan (Lawyer, Patrick Hogan & Co., Ballinalsloe, County Galway, Republic of Ireland.); Gearoid Geraghty (Lawyer, Fair Murtagh, Ballinasloe); Ciara Macklin (Lawyer, Fair-Murtagh); Martin Egan (Principal Lawyer, Fair-Murtagh Law Firm); Pat Hughes (Roscommon Auctioneer); Ms Breeda Burke, Roscommon County Council; Gerald Finnerty & Marjorie Dolan (New Inn, County Galway); Ann Marie Kelly; Dr. Niamh Clune (Zero Waste Alliance Ireland); Brendan Kelly; Liam Cashman (Environmental Directorate, The European Commission); Marie Murray (Psychologist & Irish Times Columnist); Sir Anthony O'Reilly, Newspaper Proprietor; Swami Chakrabarti (Human Rights Lawyer, Liberty); Mike Kelly (Lawyer, Irish Council for Civil Liberties); Siobhan Duffy (Lawyer, European Commission Representative in Ireland); Law Society (Northern Ireland); Law Society (Republic of Ireland); International Federation of Health and Human Rights Organizations; Amnesty International UK; Amnesty International (Ireland); Amnesty Galway Group; Human Rights Watch (London); OneWorld International Foundation (Human Rights); Centre for Public Inquiry; Irish Centre for Human Rights (National University of Ireland); The International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW); Gerard J Madden (Senior Social Worker, Omagh, Northern Ireland)
Subject: Suspension of arrest warrants

 

Dear Prime Minister Ahern,
 
                        RE:  SUSPENSION  OF  ARREST  WARRANTS

This is a request for information on the suspension of arrest warrants, for the reason I have stated below.
 
I have already found some information on the Internet relating to this subject. However, it all seems to relate to states which are a long way away from the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Brittan and Northern Ireland, as, for example, with the following piece which has to do with an event that took place in Eastern Europe earlier this year:
   
"Serbian officials suspended an arrest warrant for Slobodan Milosevic's widow today, increasing speculation that the former president's funeral may be held in Belgrade." (This piece of text has been copied from the following location: http://www.guardian.co.uk/yugo/article/0,,1730681,00.html .)
   
Basically, and among a number of other things, I am trying to gain SAFE access to legal papers in my home in County Galway in the Republic of Ireland for the purpose of defending myself in court; but, so far, I have failed to find any way of having the warrant for my arrest suspended while I do so.
   
In an e-mail dated June 12th 2006, which was copied to you, I wrote to the Chief Commissioner of Police in the Republic of Ireland (Mr Noel Conroy) in connection with the extant warrant for my arrest issued in 2002.  However, I have not received any reply of any kind at all from Commissioner Conroy, even though I also sent a signed and printed copy of the e-mail in question to him on June 12th 2006 as well. The matter of the extant warrant for my arrest was mentioned to Commissioner Conroy at the following text location in the e-mail:
http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/CommissionerNoelConroy12June2006/Email.htm#warrant 
   
Also, a senior social worker in Northern Ireland (Mr Gerard Madden) wrote on my behalf to Chief Commissioner Conroy three days later, on June 15th 2006, as can be seen at the following address:
http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/GerardMadden15June2006/Letter.htm 
   
Unfortunately, and in so far as the actual resolution of my legal difficulties is concerned, Mr Madden's efforts have also failed to produce any useful results that I know of.
 
Allowing for the above, it would be very much appreciated if you could please advice me as to what exactly the legal situation is regarding the suspension of arrest warrants in the Republic of Ireland: in relation to my particular case, which I have already written to you and your senior colleagues about on several occasions during recent years.
 
With regard to the matter outlined in the paragraph immediately above, I hope to receive a written reply from you, or from one of your senior colleagues, within the coming 21 days please.
 
For future reference purposes, I intend to place a copy of this e-mail at the following address later today:
http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/PrimeMinisterAhern17July2006/Letter.htm 
 
I also intend to send a printed and signed copy of this e-mail to you through the registered post later today.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
 
 
William Finnerty
 
http://www.constitutionofireland.com/ 
  
http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/index.htm 
 
St Albans
New Inn
Ballinasloe
County Galway
Republic of Ireland.
 
PRINTED COPY:   Dr Michael McCavert, Omagh Health Centre, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
 


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Constitution of Ireland:
Bunreacht na hEireann

CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE
and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (United Nations):

http://www.google.com/search?q=CONVENTION+AGAINST+TORTURE&btnG=Google+Search 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE) ACT, 2000 (Republic Of Ireland):
http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/ZZA11Y2000.html

European Convention on Human Rights (Council of Europe):
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=European+Convention+on+Human+Rights&btnG=Search

Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations):
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=Universal+Declaration+of+Human+Rights&btnG=Search 


 

 

 

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