Ian Bailey and partner Jules Thomas, arriving at the Four Courts for his civil action against the State this morning. Mr Bailey is claiming that gardaí tried to frame him for the unsolved murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier in Toormore, Co. Cork in 1996
Ian Bailey’s high court action for damages against the state for alleged wrongful arrest may only last 3 weeks, high ct hears
— Francesca Comyn (@cescacomyn) November 4, 2014
Further to reports this morning, and at the weekend, that Ian Bailey’s high court action against the State, for damages, could last until Christmas.
It’s been reported that evidence from up to 80 witnesses will be heard.
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