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National - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Public Meeting on 'Dubsky v Ireland' High Court Decision

category national | anti-war / imperialism | event notice author Monday January 09, 2006 18:25author by BPauthor email BlackPope at operamail dot com Report this post to the editors

At Teacher's Club, 36 Parnell Sq. West, Dublin 1, @ 2 pm, Room 8, Saturaday 14 Jan 06

Following the style set by the 'Horgan' judgement, the High Court has denied all the reliefs sought.

Eoin Dubsky (the Shannon Warplane Redecorator) launched this Judicial Review proceedings in late 2002 to prevent the Government continuing to participate in and facilitate the War in Afghanistan.

In her judgement given on 13th December 2005, Macken J. has even managed to deny that there is (or was) any war against that country by the US & Co.

The best available copy of the (50 page) judgement is at the link saying .mp3 - just save the file to your drive and rename it with a .zip extension, then unzip that and you've got the whole Word.Doc formatted text.

(Sorry Editors, I had to resort to this little trick as it otherwise looses formatting + legibility if I paste in from Word).

The meeting is designed to facilitate discussion on how to further progress the matter, and it is highly recommended to at least have read the whole text before turning up.

Comments / votes can be pasted up here, even if you can't make it.

Anybody serious about helping with this is very welcome.

Schalom, BP



DL this file and rename with .ZIP extention, then unpack for Word.doc text
audio DL this file and rename with .ZIP extention, then unpack for Word.doc text 0.05 Mb

author by Mary Kellypublication date Wed Jan 11, 2006 19:18author address author phone Report this post to the editors

to Eoin Dubsky in this legal challenge.
I could not access the transcript due to the format. Is it available anywhere else?

author by mepublication date Thu Jan 12, 2006 11:42author address author phone Report this post to the editors

I can't attend this class if I have to do that much reading before going.

Is this meeting for me or just for those wanting to get into the nitty gritty of Eoin's case?

author by BPpublication date Sat Jan 14, 2006 12:41author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Ah the horrors of MS-DOS - well, here goes!

A filename consists of 2 parts, the followed by a DOT, followed by a 3 letter extention indicating the type of file you're handling

e.g. FU2Judge.mp3 would be the audio of a traditional Irish refrain often heard in the Courts.

To get the Dubsky transcript - right-click on the green link above where it says "DL this file ... etc", and save it to your disk - it will have the following name:

Dubsky_v_ireland__hct_judgement_13_dec_2005__proofed_ocr.mp3

Then find this file on your disk and rename it so the extention is .ZIP, as opposed to .MP3.
(Mark the filename in Windows Explorer and Right-Click mouse, the option RENAME is down the list)

Next you unpack the .ZIP file using WinZIP, WinRAR or some similar little free program you can DL from net if not already on ur computer (on XP it should work automatically) - this should then output the Word.doc text file, which is what u want.

The reason for this complicated manouevre is because IMC.ie prevents posting of text files.


PS: to Me, you'll have to find the answer to that for yourself - one way would be to come along and see

author by ping.publication date Thu May 11, 2006 21:36author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Eoin's contribution to the anti-war movement & Afghanistan.

& this image which is now globally available of Sharbat Gula who at the age of 12 in 1985 was photographed by Steve Mc Curry and made the cover of national geographic, and then was voted "photo of the year".
She has posed for him again. 17 years later.

the innocent & the beautiful
the innocent & the beautiful

have no enemy but time.....& Bush.....& God freaks......& smack lords......& warmongers.....
have no enemy but time.....& Bush.....& God freaks......& smack lords......& warmongers.....

 
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