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Internment does exist and human rights abuses continue happening inside British jails.

If you believe that everything in the North of Ireland has moved on and that policies such as ‘internment without charge or trial’ had been done away with after the signing of the ‘Good Friday agreement’  you would be wrong. 946 altre parole


Britain's First and Last Colony

Repression in Northern Ireland by Eugene Egan looks at the current detention without trial case of Martin Corey, and provides an historical sketch of British rule on the island.

Maghaberry prison: Open Letter to Justice Minister David Ford

Brussels, July 20th 2011

Dear Mister Ford,

If you would decide to show a little compassion for Brendan Lillis and Roisin Lynch, partner of Brendan, then I would strongly appreciate that, Mr. 383 altre parole

Prison News: British government violates human rights


The UK government violates human rights, as we can see in the case of Brendan Lillis, the Irish prisoner who is detained in the British Maghaberry prison and risks to die. 459 altre parole

Maghaberry Prison – Morkhoven Archief

Prisons of shame in Northern Ireland: Brendan Lillis is dying

Brendan Lillis, a prisoner imprisoned in the Maghaberry prison of Northern Ireland, is dying. Minister of Justice David Ford does not seem worried about his situation. 507 altre parole

Maghaberry Prison - Morkhoven Archief


Hungerstrike for Brendan Lillis: Thursday, 21st July 2011

Brendan Lillis is currently a prisoner in Maghaberry Prison where he is serving a sentence for explosive offences in 1976. 442 altre parole