As Fair Trials International joins every non-government human rights organisation on the island of Ireland to demand an independent public inquiry into the Sallins Case, the Irish government continues to refuse it.
As the UK Supreme Court rules the Hooded Men were ‘tortured’ in ‘deliberate state policy’ and that the decision not to investigate is ‘irrational’, will the Irish government consider a Sallins Inquiry?
Chief Justice of Ireland, Donal O’Donnell, has signalled Irish Courts need to ‘take a new direction’ to their previous weak response to claims under the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). The Sallins Case involves many breaches of the ECHR.
No sooner had the Court of Appeal found Breatnach had been psychologically tortured and ordered his immediate release than the government shut down their investigation
TORTURE VICTIM OSGUR BREATNACH has engaged top international human rights lawyers KRW LAW to represent his legal claims for an impartial public inquiry into the
False List led to Sallins prosecution.