Rendition: Irish Police Sitting on their Thumbs Over Issue

September 20, 2012

News from Celtic League Press The Irish Justice Minister has been asked why no serious investigation has been carried out into Irelands links to rendition torture flights. The move comes following new clear evidence that aircraft which used Shannon during the rendition episodes

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Gardi: Alleged Assault At Shell Corrib Site

August 31, 2011

GARDAI: ALLEGED ASSAULT AT SHELL CORRIB SITE An Irish socialist member of the European Parliament has said he intends to lodge a complaint with the Garda Síochána over his treatment at a Corrib gas protest in north Mayo earlier this week. Paul Murphy

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UN Say Garda Síochána Should Not Investigate Itself

July 25, 2011

The United Nations Committee Against Torture has outlined concerns about the complaints and investigation mechanisms available to prisoners and those detained by the police in Ireland. Whilst welcoming, in its most recent report, the appointment of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission some years

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Garda on Trial Over Rape Allegation

April 11, 2011

GARDA ON TRIAL OVER RAPE COMMENT ALLEGATIONS A large crowd of over 100 people gathered outside Belmullet Garda Station in North Mayo on Saturday to call for an independent and international investigation into the policing of protests at the Corrib Gas site. The

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Union Jack Flag Waving Ends In Shambles

October 19, 2010

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE UNION JACK FLAG WAVING ENDS IN SHAMBLES Flag waving exercises by the British military in two of the Celtic countries in the past few months have ended up in a bit of a shambles after serious allegations were

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