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national / crime and justice Friday April 09, 2010 16:52 by Religiousabusetruth
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Children's shoes tied to the railings of the Pro-Cathedral

One thousand pairs of children’s shoes of all sizes were tied to the railings outside the cathedral representing the victims of Roman Catholic abuse. Some passers by stopped to tie shoes. Many abuse survivors and supporters came together from as far as Cork and Wexford to attend the protest.

image Protestors on the steps of the Pro Cathedral 0.13 Mb image Protesters tying shoes to railings at the Pro Cathedral 0.13 Mb image Protesters tying shoes to railings at the Pro Cathedral 0.5 Mb image Shoes representing the victims and survivors of abuse 0.15 Mb

mayo / crime and justice Thursday October 15, 2009 11:54 by Jen Debender
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It might take more than a car to stop Shell,
but it's a start

This morning the 14 October, a local resident blocked the entrance gate to a Shell construction site for which there is no planning permission, refusing to move until some proof that Shell's actions are legal were provided.

international / crime and justice Thursday January 22, 2009 18:18 by Edward Horgan
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A New Strategy for the
Irish Anti-War Movement?
(upper and lower case.)

The Irish Peace and Neutrality Alliance has called on the newly inaugurated 44th President of the United States to respect international law with regard to Irish neutrality by taking steps to terminate the transit through Shannon airport of US troops, military material and CIA associated aircraft engaged in extraordinary rendition with immediate effect.

I was invited to Washington by the Cape Cod support group for Barack Obama, and through the good offices of Congressman William Delahunt of Massachusetts, to attend the celebrations surrounding the inauguration of Barack Obama as 44th President of the United States. Given the historic change of direction that this President is likely to initiate in many policy areas especially in the area of international peace, I decided to accept this invitation. However, my initial attempts to enter the US were frustrated by the US Homeland Security Department, who refused me permission to enter the US under the electronic system now being enforced since 12 Jan 2009.

While I received no explanation for this refusal, it became clear later that I am on a special list in Homeland Security due to my peace activist activities, particularly the fact that I played a role in exposing the CIA torture rendition programme that includes the use of Shannon airport by CIA rendition planes. I then had to apply for a visa, which is an expensive process, involving a visa application fee of €104, which in non-returnable even if the a visa is refused, and also requires a visit to the US embassy in Dublin for an interview. Even this visa application was initially unsuccessful as the US embassy in Dublin could not issue the visa on their own authority and had to refer the matter to the US State Department in Washington.....

mayo / crime and justice Tuesday June 17, 2008 01:29 by Rudiger
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Back In Court

Below is a rundown on a Shell to Sea case heard last week, and a brief update on some of the latest happenings.
On Wednesday and Thursday, the case against 4 Shell to Sea protestors was heard at Belmullet and Ballycroy District Court. Its worth nothing Wednesday was the one year anniversary of the Pollathomais Pier incident, when gardaí forced their way onto the pier through a crowd with the help of a JCB in order to place a security hut, against the wishes of the landowner

dublin / crime and justice Sunday March 02, 2008 14:51 by 1 of indymedia
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From the Newswire: An original first-hand report of a solidarity vigil that took place on Saturday 1st in Drimnagh to commemorate the deaths of two Polish men who were attacked and killed the previous Saturday.

It has been noted that this is just one of the most recent and most tragic examples of anti-Polish racism. Other commentators have pointed out such aggression is often directed towards anyone who is different and that it's not just nationality or difference in race that motivates such violence. All agree that such aggression should not be tolerated.

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