Waiting For The Man



This afternoon.

Sasko writes:

The queue to get in the Court of Criminal Justice [Dublin]. A massive queue formed due to tight security on the day when Water Charge protesters [arrested during a protest in Coolock on November 5] are due for contempt hearings.

Judge to decide if lawyer for anti-water charge protesters can cross-examine prosecution’s witnesses (Independent.ie)

(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall ireland)


9 thoughts on “Waiting For The Man

  1. Odis

    The article says that the defendants have said that they will not comply with the court order, so therefore, they are in contempt, by any definition.
    Whatever with allowing lawyers to cross question prosecution witnesses.

  2. Court Reporter

    First it’s The Criminal Courts of Justice not “Court of Criminal Justice”. Secondly as a few people have already said the queue has nothing to do with Irish water protesters but due to a witness in case in the Special Criminal Court.

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