Dear Dr Manning,
I feel I am being very badly bullied by public
servants who appear to me to be flouting human rights law with impunity -
apparently with the tacit approval of the legal profession.
This problem has been going on in my case for
several years now; and, try as I might, I have so far failed to secure the
services of a human rights lawyer (or indeed any kind of lawyer) who is
willing to help me to protect myself against what I see as a long string of
outrageous, and steadily growing, psychological abuse.
I believe the malicious attempt to corruptly criminalise me is a direct
result of I trying to draw public attention to Article 28A.1 of
the written Constitution of the Republic of Ireland, and the
fact that alterations made in 2001 (and possibly later) to the Republic
of Ireland Waste Management Act, which remove decision making power
from my democratically elected local government representatives in connection
with the location of superdumps and incinerators, appear to me (and others)
to violate Article 28A.1 in a very straightforward and blatant manner.
One consequence of this piece of wholly flawed, anti-democratic, and
unlawful legislation (as I see it) is that two huge superdumps are now to be
built within a mile or so of my home in County Galway: unless I can succeed in
having the constitutionality of the alterations in question checked in the
Republic of Ireland High Court - as I believe I have, and ALWAYS have had,
a legal right to do. Please note that work on one of the two
superdumps in question, that is the Greenstar / National Toll
Roads one in Kilconnel, started some weeks
Some detailed information relating to my efforts to have the
constitutionality of the alterations to the Waste Management Act checked can be
seen in Section 1
of the appeal I made to An Bord
on February 21st 2004 at http://www.finnachta.com/BordPleanalaAppeal.htm
It would be very much appreciated if your
organisation (The Irish Human Rights Commission www.ihrc.ie ) would look into the above
matters for me please.
I look forward to hearing from you, as soon as
possible please, regarding your conclusions.
Later today I intend to send a printed and signed copy of this e-mail to
you through the registered post to your Dublin address (i.e Fourth Floor, Jervis
House, Jervis Street, Dublin 1).
Republic of Ireland.