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galway | rights, freedoms and repression | news report Tuesday September 26, 2006 13:21 by Court reporter - Cosantoiri Siochana
Judge Mary Fahy : "to preserve the dignity of the court".
Today, at the commencement of the trial of Owen Rice in Court No. 2 Galway District Court, judge Mary Fahy had three anti-war activists and members of Owen's support group escorted from court by Gardai for excercising their democratic right to take notes in court.
This right was given short shrift by Fahy on the spurious basis that the note taking would impinge on the "dignity of the court" and further; "it was custom and practise" for the judiciary to proscribe any note taking as they saw fit.