Whether on-the-run Irish Worker’s Party President, Sean Garland, will continue to evade extradiction isn’t clear.. but the legal process, relating to his jumping bail, continues.. with a Belfast Court ruling that the three individuals who provided sureties on his behalf must forfeit £9,000 each, the BBC also names the three for the first time, that I’m aware of – they are retired Workers’ Party officer Dessie O’Hagan, party secretary John Lowry and Belfast businessman Roderick Hassan. Meanwhile the website set up to oppose his extradiction notes a few organisations who also oppose the extradiction, namely the International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties .. and the Greater London Association of Trade Union Councils.. and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, whose national executive passed a motion condemning Sean Garland’s arrest – although both of those specific references are dated prior to Garland jumping bail.
Living History 1968-74
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