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RSF Welcome Acquittal of Fermanagh Republican

category fermanagh | rights, freedoms and repression | press release author Monday February 11, 2008 19:36author by Richard Walsh - Republican Sinn Féin Report this post to the editors

RSF have welcomed the acquittal of a Fermanagh Republican on false charges.


Republican Sinn Féin welcomes the 11th February acquittal of Ard-Chomhairle member John Joe McCusker. The prosecution offered no evidence against the Newtownbutler man to justify charges of involvement in bomb attacks in Lurgan and Roslea, and of IRA membership.

RSF National Publicity Officer, Richard Walsh, said:

“Regrettably John Joe had to endure eight-and-a-half months' incarceration in Maghaberry as a result of these unsubstantiated charges, inevitably causing severe disruption to family life. The McCusker family were left with this hanging over them for nearly three years. We hope that the British authorities will now leave them in peace to rebuild their lives.

“Republican Sinn Féin believes that such malicious prosecutions can only be ended finally when the English government has the honesty and decency to recognise that their continued presence in Ireland is the greatest crime being perpetrated against the Irish people. This must be demonstrated by a declaration of intent to withdraw permanently from Ireland.”

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