Email to EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso dated May 31st 2005

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Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 12:33:35 +0100 (BST)
From: "William Finnerty" <>
Subject: "Infringement Procedure" (EU law)
To: "Jose Manuel Barroso (President of EU Commission)" <>
CC: "The Court of Justice of the European Communities" <>, "Council of Europe" <>, "Prime Minister Bertie Ahern" <>, "Deputy Prime Minister Mary Harney" <>, "Minister for Justice (Michael McDowell TD)" <>, "Deputy Enda Kenny TD (Leader of Fine Gael Party)" <>, "Deputy Pat Rabbitte (Leader of Labour Party)" <>, "Deputy Trevor Sargent TD (Leader of Green Party)" <>, "Deputy Arthur Morgan TD (Sein Fein Party)" <>, "Marian Harkin TD & MEP" <>, "Senator Jim Higgins MEP" <>, "Josep Borrell Fontelles (President of the European Parliament)" <>, "Jean-Claude Juncker (Council of European Union President)" <>, "Margot Wallstrom (Vice President of EU Commission)" <>, "Stavros Dimas (EU Commissioner for Environment & Social Affairs)" <>, "Prime Minister Tony Blair" <>, "Michael Howard MP (Leader of the Conservative Party)" <>, "Charles Kennedy MP (Leader of the Liberal Democrats)" <>, "Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams" <>, "Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor" <>, "Dr John Kirby (Bishop of Clonfert)" <>, "Gearoid Geraghty (Lawyer, Fair Murtagh, Ballinasloe)" <>, "Ciara Macklin (Lawyer, Fair-Murtagh)" <>, "Martin Egan (Principal Lawyer, Fair-Murtagh Law Firm)" <>, "Law Society (Republic of Ireland)" <>, "Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy (Chief Commissioner of Police, Republic of Ireland)" <>, "Assistant Police Commissioner (Galway area)" <>, "Anne Scott (Northern Ireland Ombudsman's Office)" <>,,,,,,,, "Vercingetorix (Ireland)" <>, "Ollamh Fodhla (Turoe/Tara & Ulster)" <>,,,,, "Marian Finucane (RTE)" <>, "Guardian of the Constitution (President Mary McAleese)" <>, "Sir Anthony O'Reilly" <>, "Sir Bob Geldof" <>, "President George W. Bush" <>, "Kofi Annan (Secretary-General of the United Nations)" <>

Dear President Barroso,

I have not received any reply from you to my letter dated April 27th 2005, which I sent to you through the registered post.

A copy of the text of my April 27th 2005 letter, together with a scanned copy of the associated Royal Mail registered delivery receipt, can be seen at the following Internet location:

As a direct result of the fact that yourself, Prime Minister Blair MP, and Prime Minister Ahern TD, all appear (to me) to be completely ignoring the contents of my letters of recent months, I have fairly recently found it necessary to seek further medical help to cope with the psychological abuse I am being subjected to (by public servants). Further information on my letters to Mr Blair and Mr Ahern can be found below.

This is the third time I have had to seek medical help since October 2002 regarding this same set of environmental issues; and, I have now spent a total of approximately 12 months in forced-exile regarding the criminal offence I have been charged with, which arose because I shouted at a local government employee who refused to look at an unlawful sewage discharge coming from the primary school situated close to my home in New Inn, County Galway, Republic of Ireland.

As far as I can recall, and with due regard for the fact that my papers relating to the matter are in the Republic of Ireland, and consequently inaccessible to me at the present time (because of the risk of arrest), the criminal offence I have been charged with means I could be imprisoned for up to 18 months.

I feel I should also state here that I am now growing very concerned by the fact that you do not appear to be launching the legal procedure available to you (as EU Commission President) which is referred to as the "infringement procedure" at EU website page address (in "Section 3" under the title "Enforcing European law"), even though I have provided you with what I see as irrefutable evidence of EU human-rights law being violated in my case.

It would be much appreciated if you could please, at the very least, advise me in writing as to whether or not you have received the letter I sent to you through the registered post on April 27th 2005.

I hope to be in receipt of your written reply within the coming 14 days please.

Yours sincerely,

William Finnerty

"St Albans"
New Inn
County Galway
Republic of Ireland.

Texts of the letters referred to above to Prime Minister Blair MP and Prime Minister Ahern TD can be found at the following Internet addresses:

Prime Minister Blair MP (text of letter to him dated April 6th 2005):

Prime Minister Blair MP (text of letter to him dated March 11th 2005):

Prime Minister Ahern TD (text of letter to him dated February 24th 2005):

An electronic copy of this e-mail will later be placed at Internet address:

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  Printed and signed copies of the e-mail in the section above were also sent through the Royal Mail postal service on May 31st 2005 to the following:
  • President of the EU Commission (Mr Jose Manuel Barroso)
  • The European Union Court of Justice
  • The Council of Europe (European Court of Human Rights)

Please see copies of Post Office "Signed For" receipts for the 3 letters in question immediately below:


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