Sheltering the Fugitive?: Extradition of Irish Political Offenders download epub
by Michael Farrell
Farrell, Michael, 1944-.
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Michael Farrell (born 1944) is an Irish civil rights activist, writer and former leader of People's Democracy, from its inception through to the 1969 Burntollet Bridge incident and into the 1970s. Farrell was educated at Queen's University, Belfast and the University of Strathclyde.
The Irish Extradition Act, as well as referring to political offences also refers to offences connected with political .
The Irish Extradition Act, as well as referring to political offences also refers to offences connected with political offences. This was probably due to the fact that invocation of the political offender exception in extradition proceedings would have succeeded, with resulting embarrassment to the Government in its relations with the United States.
Michael Farrell (born 1944) is an Irish civil rights activist, writer and former . He also campaigned against political censorship under Section 31 of th. . He also campaigned against political censorship under Section 31 of the Broadcasting Act in Ireland. After moving to Dublin and becoming a solicitor, Farrell was co-chairperson of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties from 1995 to 2001. He was appointed a member of the Irish Human Rights Commission in 2001 and reappointed in October 2006, serving until 2011.
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