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From: "William Finnerty" <>
Subject: Another setback for SuperBullies
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Hello Everyone,

Thanks entirely to the jury possibly (?), there was another major setback yesterday for what (to me) has come to look like a very worrying transnational group of people I now think of as: "The SuperBullies"; and, the event took place in the Supreme Court of the Republic of Ireland.
This time it was BIG - or so it seems to me at least, even though it may take some time before the full impact can be properly studied. 
Very briefly, the history of the event is this: On February 3rd 2003, five people were charged with causing criminal damage to a United States war plane at Shannon Airport: "without a lawful excuse" it was alleged.
Yesterday the five people were acquitted in the Supreme Court at the "Four Courts" in Dublin.
Apparently, the UNANIMOUS verdict was handed down after about three hours of deliberations by the jury.
If convicted, each of the five faced up to 10 years in jail.
Some comments I have read from earlier reports of yesterday's event are reproduced below:
"The jury is the conscience of the community chosen randomly from Irish society."
"The government has no popular mandate in providing the civilian Shannon airport to service the US war machine in it's illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq." 
For anyone who is interested, more information relating to yesterday's event in Dublin can be found at: 
"If music be the food of love, play on,
Give me excess of it ..."
" Ain't no stoppin' us now.  We're on the move!! ":

Best wishes to all,
William Finnerty.  
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