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"I believe we have here yet another example of our senior "public servants" (so called) breaking the BASIC law of the Republic of Ireland with impunity: and ... "
"Primary Issues" (Fri Nov 30, 2007 22:11 above)
by W. Finnerty. Sat Dec 01, 2007 09:14
"The primary issues here are not about the arrest of Horgan and Cregan. The issue is that the US government and its agents are torturing prisoners in Guantanamo, and other secret location on the instructions of President George W Bush."
The primary issue for me is that the Republic of Ireland is a SOVERIGN state, which should not (in my view) be in any way involved - EVER - with the unlawful invasions of other soverign states.
If there is a court case (in connection with the recent arrests), I hope the issue outlined in the paragraph just above will be raised, and that the CONSTITUTIONALITY of the whole overall situation will be checked (and clearly decided on): once and for all.
I believe we have here yet another example of our senior "public servants" (so called) breaking the BASIC law of the Republic of Ireland (i.e. Bunreacht na hEireann) with impunity: and being allowed to get away with it, year after year, after year - and in spite of the "Doctrine of the Tripartite Division of Powers of Government" principle which lays at the heart of Bunreacht na hEireann (as outlined at http://www.european courtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/JusticeMinisterMcDowell27A pril2007/Email.htm# Daily ).
("Bunreacht na hEireann" is the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland.)
Related Link: http://www.constitutionofireland. com
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