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Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 22:39:10 +0100 (BST)
From: "William Finnerty" <>
Subject: Proposed letter to Mary Jennings (Lawyer at Fair & Murtagh Law Firm, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Republic of Ireland)
To: "Gerard J Madden (Senior Social Worker, Omagh, Northern Ireland)" <>
Dear Gerry,
With the Mary Jennings business in mind, the Internet address containing the text of my letter, which I sent through the registered post to The Director of Public Prosecutions (Mr James Hamilton) on September 21st 2002, is: 
When I did not receive any reply from Mr Hamilton to the above letter, or from any of the other senior public officials the letter at the above address was copied to (please note in particular the several scanned copies of the Post Office receipts at the above address), I came to the conclusion that I was about to be corruptly criminalised, and possibly imprisoned as well. Consequently, I fled the Republic of Ireland jurisdiction about 48 hours before the court case set for October 9th 2002.
As I suspect you already realise, my attitude towards corruption in the Republic of Ireland has now hardened to the point where I believe it is completely impossible for me to make any meaningful or worthwhile progress relating to the solution of my legal problems without the services of a lawyer who fully recognises the reality of Article 6.3.b of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Following on from that, if I cannot find such a lawyer, please note that I have no intention whatsoever of ever setting foot in the Republic of Ireland again. This is largely because, once triggered, I genuinely have no control over the "explosive anger" associated with the C-PTSD (Complex-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) condition I now suffer from: a serious medical condition which, as their correspondence all too clearly indicates, neither Minister for Justice McDowell, nor the European Ombudsman (Mr Diamandouros) even recognise.
In the space of twenty seconds, or even less, I believe I could easily do enough damage to result in a charge of attempted murder against a member of the Republic of Ireland police; and, in the right circumstances, it could even be a charge of murder. This was the main reason I fled the Republic of Ireland in the early hours of December 7th 2004; because, as I believe I may have already informed you, I actually found myself thinking very seriously of splitting local Garda (Policeman) Tom Kenny's head into two separate pieces with a hurling stick when he came to arrest me - for the cowardly and corrupt purpose of unlawfully bullying me into appearing before the court without I being able to prepare any proper legal defence. In the meantime, nothing has changed in my mind regarding this extremely dangerous situation - except for the worse.
Just as an alcoholic needs to stay away from the "first drink", I now believe that I have to stay away from the "first encounter with a member of the Republic of Ireland police force": unless I am provided with a clear written assurance - well in advance of I returning to the Republic of Ireland - that the support of a lawyer in the Republic, who fully recognises the reality of Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights, has been secured.
Allowing for the above, I believe it is now a total waste of time discussing possible solutions to my legal problems which ignore the reality Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Finally, it was - as I see things - the fact that James Hamilton DPP decided to completely ignore Article 6.3.b of the European Convention on Human Rights, in my particular case, that has led directly to the extant warrant for my arrest being issued in the first place. His wholly flawed, and completely unlawful decision to deny me my legal rights in this matter is not my responsibility; instead, I believe it is ENTIRELY his responsibility - in his role as Director of Public Prosecutions. In other words, I believe the extant warrant for my arrest has no legal validity whatsoever, and never has had any - even though it might APPEAR to have - thanks entirely to all of the unlawful and deep-rooted machinery of political, legal, and corporate corruption which I continue to be subjected to, and which I now see myself as an extremely angry and potentially very dangerous victim of.  I also fear that the longer this situation is allowed to go on, the more angry and potentially more dangerous I am likely to become: having due regard for the fact that no worthwhile progress at all has been made on the legal front since December 2004 - despite all of my efforts, yours, and Dr McCavert's.
Best wishes,

PS: If it helps, please note that I am entirely happy for you to relate the contents of this e-mail to anyone you wish, and to do so in any way you wish. I believe that everything I have related above is true, and consequently I further believe that I have NOTHING to fear by way of being successfully sued for liable and/or slander and such like.

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