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Mail on Sunday: Tara rights lawyer is deported back to US
international | rights, freedoms and repression | other press Sunday November 29, 2009 13:08 by TaraWatch info at tarawatch dot org
An American lawyer investigating allegations of human rights breaches by the Irish government has been refused entry into Ireland.
Matt Schwoebel wanted to take statements from protesters objecting to the construction of the M3 motorway through the Hill of Tara.
Mail on Sunday – 29 November 2009
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There must be more to this event than the story reports. There appear to be a number of inaccuracies and these would lead one to question the accuracy of the remainder. A search of staff in Queens in Belfast does not yield the name of Salafia and Schwoebel is not on the staff list in Berkeley either. He is on the staff of this 2048 group.
Why was he refused entry to Ireland? Insufficient funds? Because he was only staying a week? This makes no sense whatsoever.
Why was he here? Who were his associates? Who was he staying with? Whose mobile number did he have? There lies the true story I'd imagine.
Perhaps contact should be made with Mr Schwoebel to get his side of the story. There is little of his side in the article as it is written.
Garda Spectator obviously doesn't think much of the Mail on Sunday's journalistic standards.
For more information please contact Vincent Salafia at firstname.lastname@example.org or Matt Schwoebel, Program Director
2048 Project, Berkeley Law School. http://18.104.22.168/~drafting/staff.
Then this is a very serious matter. Obviously there must be some sort of activist watch list and people will be refused entry to the country if they are associated with any of those activists. Complete abuse of power
Was this man going to interview anyone else involved in the Tara campaign? Or just Salafia? Has anyone else been contacted for an interview?
If anyone else was contacted it would be interesting to know who they were?
You're very snoppy and negative No? The man had funds , a visa and was sound...........
Which merits thorough investigation. Just the thing to raise Irish kudos in the States, eh?
I think that Tara Watch and Vincent Salifa must be doing things right if our cesspit government are that afraid of them; and it is fear, nothing else stops freedom of movement from America to here.
We have become a sort of dystopia where environmentalists are the real and feared enemy. Floodings may bring what road building did not; an uprising to swing the Fianna Failers from street posts,