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"William Finnerty" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sale of land at Lisnamult (Roscommon Town, Republic of Ireland)
"Gerald Finnerty & Marjorie Dolan (New Inn, County Galway.)"
"Gerard J Madden (Senior Psychiatric Social Worker)"
<email@example.com>, "Mr Greg Nolan (Solicitor, Patrick Hogan
& Co., Ballinalsloe, County Galway, Republic of Ireland.)"
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Pat Hughes (Roscommon Auctioneer)"
<email@example.com>, "Law Society (Republic of Ireland)"
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TD)" <Michael.McDowell@oireachtas.ie>, "Garda Commissioner Noel
Conroy (Chief Commissioner of Police, Republic of Ireland)"
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Council of Europe, Strasbourg. (Re: ECHR Case Reference: 25077/05)"
I received your letter (and the enclosures)
dated February 27th 2006 today.
As you do not appear to have
received the e-mail I sent to you on February 10th 2006, I will send a printed
copy to you through the normal post tomorrow morning, together with a printed
copy of this e-mail as well.
With regard to the contents of
the e-mail at the above address, I now feel it is essential that you both
discuss with Mr Nolan (lawyer) the matter of the "pre-planning meeting" letter I propose to write to Ms Tracey Davis
(Roscommon County Council) about.
I fully realise that you have
already informed me that Gerald is happy to attend the "pre-planning meeting" I
have proposed. However, if Mr Nolan is not willing to co-operate with me -
as appears to be the case - then, as I see things, the pre-planning meeting
would all be a complete waste of everyone's time: assuming of course that Gerald
still wishes to continue using the services of Mr
You may also wish to take account of the fact
that my e-mail to Gerry Madden (Senior Social Worker) dated January 27th 2006
(see http://www.constitutionofireland.com/GerardMadden27January2006/Email.htm ) was copied to Mr Nolan, and that he, and John
Glynn (Barrister and Principal Lawyer at Hogan & Company), both appear to be
completely ignoring all aspects of the 16 points I set out in that e-mail -
which all seems very strange to me, having due regard for the fact that, in
early December 2004, just hours before I was forced to flee the Republic of
Ireland in order to avoid being corruptly criminalised (and possibly
imprisoned), Hogan & Co advised Gerald in connection the signed statement he
gave the police in May 2002 regarding my alleged verbal assault on Mr Hoey
(Galway County Council), following his irresponsible refusal to look at the
unlawful sewage discharges in New Inn village: the matter which lays at the very
heart of the huge (and still growing) legal mess which nobody in the legal
profession now wishes to face up to: but, which I continue to be subjected to
very severe mental torture over nonetheless.
As there is no doubt
at all in my mind that the wholly avoidable mental torture I continue to be
subjected to is nothing short of serious criminal abuse, which I am completely
powerless over because I cannot find a lawyer to help me, I am copying this
e-mail to Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy (Chief Commissioner of Police, Republic
of Ireland). Crime is crime, the law is the law is the law, and nobody is above
the law - leaving aside of course the extremely negative and distorting social
effects of the very large and obvious amounts of corruption in the legal
professions of Ireland at the present time: particularly in regard to
human-rights law, and to environmental law.
Changing the subject,
you may wish to know that I have seen a recent newspaper report which suggests
that another postal strike is being planned here in Northern Ireland. Should
this happen, please keep in mind that you can collect the e-mails I am sending
you by joining any public library, and using the password information I have
already sent to you. Alternatively, you can collect them from any of the several
"Internet Cafes" in the towns surrounding you.