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Thursday January 01 1970

'March for Justice' in solidarity with the Jobstown Not Guilty campaign

category dublin | crime and justice | event notice author Friday April 21, 2017 22:49author by JobstownNotGuilty Report this post to the editors

March for Justice for Jobstown Not Guilty tomorrow, ahead of the trial which starts next week. 1pm at Central Bank Dame St in Dublin. Please watch this information clip, share and join the protest tomorrow.
justice_for_jobstown_apr22_2017.jpg

Don't forget tomorrow's 'March for Justice' in solidarity with the Jobstown Not Guilty campaign.

1pm at the Central Bank Plaza in Dame Street.

Massive issues are at stake in the trial of the Jobstown defendants, which starts this coming Monday, 24 April.

Get along tomorrow to the growing campaign to stop this miscarriage of justice from happening.

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New video! This Saturday join #jobstownnotguilty 1 pm at the Central Bank on Dame Street. The DPP wants to stack the jury against protesters. Watch this short video and see what this really means when it comes to a jury of our peers. Please share. See you on Saturday.

A total of 19 people will face trial for protesting in Jobstown, Tallaght, on November 15th, 2014

A 17 year old was already convicted of false imprisonment of Joan Burton. His appeal for justice is ongoing

The first adult trial will begin on April 24 2017 with 7 defendants facing false imprisonment charges. If convicted for 6 months or more Paul Murphy TD will be removed from the Dáil Éireann.

More will face charges of false imprisonment and violent disorder on October 2017 and early in 2018.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rv2P87KIXsk

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Caption: Jobstown - A Protest on Trial


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