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Justice for Terence Wheelock

category dublin | crime and justice | event notice author Sunday May 20, 2007 17:45author by Fauthor email dzigaf at yahoo dot co dot uk Report this post to the editors

Terence will not be forgotten

There will be a protest outside store street on the 9th June to mark the anniversary of the arrest that led to the death of Terence Wheelock. I will post more details when they are finalised

author by s.publication date Sun Jun 03, 2007 23:20author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Justice for Terence Wheelock!
Stop Police Brutality!

Saturday 9th June

Meet @ 1pm @ Sean McDermot St. Church (2mins from O'Connell St.)

Protest at Store Street Garda Station

Terence Wheelock, a 20 year old young man from north inner city Dublin, died on the 16th September 2005 from injuries received in Garda custody. His family demand a Independent Public Enquiry into Terence’s death.


author by d mcpublication date Wed Jun 06, 2007 17:42author address author phone Report this post to the editors

I will be there

author by niallpublication date Thu Jun 07, 2007 20:02author address author phone Report this post to the editors

recent recommendations from amnesty international and other human rights organisations coupled with the evidence the family of the late terence wheelock have exposed, verifyed and backed up by forensic and patholigist experts, there is no doubt that this case merits and deserves an independent inquiry.
i for one cannot believe that in a western democratic (?) society can simply ignore the obvious that this young man was killed by unknown people in store st garda station.
i will be at the protest.

author by paul o toolepublication date Fri Jun 08, 2007 15:21author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Surely it is a sign of our times when a family suffering the loss of one of its members from injuries he got in Garda costody, must launch a campaign to search for justice.
This sort of thing is beyond belief. Is not destroying evidence a crime in itself, a blatant cover up.
Is there not one single uniformed guard willing to break the wall of silence, or does Mc Doughall's gagging order intimidate them. They dont deserve to wear the uniform of 'Guardians Of The Peace'

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