‘Lest I Be Accused Of False Imprisonment’

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Moment of laughter at the Disclosures Tribunal when Supreme Court judge Peter Charleton stopped proceedings as a woman attempted to leave the hall but couldn’t open the door.

As he stopped the proceedings to draw attention to her plight, he said he didn’t want to be accused of false imprisonment.

FIGHT!

Rollingnews

13 thoughts on “‘Lest I Be Accused Of False Imprisonment’

  1. bisted

    …splutter…who’s reporting for the Irish Times…there’ll be an editorial tomorrow and letters to the editor…

  2. Lord Snowflakee

    oh look there’s one of those adorable unaccountable politically appointed judge fellahs

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