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Photo Essay: Vigil for Maura Harrington Outside Dochas Centre, Mountjoy Jail Dublin, Ireland.
international | anti-capitalism | news report Saturday March 28, 2009 02:43 by Michael Gallagher - Photographer libertypics at yahoo dot ie 00353 (0) 864048249
Great Crack, Ceol, Support and Turnout For Maura Harrington
On a blustery, cold and damp Friday evening, it was obvious that the shell2sea campaign is alive and well and as strong as ever. A big crowd turned up for the vigil/seisún outside Mountjoy Woman's Prison. The support of passing traffic and pedestrians was very evident by the car horns and well wishers and shouts of "Maura Maura" and "good luck" as well as the many expressions of outrage that she is still in prison. A couple of local men even showd up with a large box of hot chips from the local chipper up the road.
Unfortunately I had to leave early to try and get media attenton with some of these images, (I missed the fiddles and dancing etc ) but every time I rang back to the vigil, the music and very lively atmosphere came through loud and clear.