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Politically Interned Martin Corey Released

category international | rights, freedoms and repression | news report author Thursday January 16, 2014 12:17author by Brion O'Cleirigh - All Voices Report this post to the editors

Conditional on Media Censorship

Martin Corey a politically interned republican prisoner of conscience
has been released on the condition, that he cannot speak to media, The Release Martin Corey Campaign has confirmed and welcomed his release with the following statement,.

Martin Corey Political Internee British Occupied Ireland
Martin Corey Political Internee British Occupied Ireland

Martin Corey a politically interned republican prisoner of conscience
has been released on the condition, that he cannot speak to media, The Release Martin Corey Campaign has confirmed and welcomed his release with the following statement,.

"Finally after nearly four years internment, Martin Corey was released
from Maghaberry jail, Co Antrim on January 15th, 2014.

"Martin was interned on secret evidence gathered by secret police and
held without a charge or trial since April 2010.

"The British government, secretary of state and all those involved in
the internment of Martin Corey showed contempt for human rights and were
involved in a despotic policy of ruling by decree.

"We would like to thank everyone who was involved in the Release Martin
Corey Campaign, Republican Sinn Fein, the countless activists who stood
on picket lines and those who went to jail themselves to highlight
Martin's case.

"We take this opportunity to welcome Martin home and wish him the best
of luck in the future."

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