Shameful exploitation of prisoner by Sinn Fein

Joined
Feb 14, 2018
Threads
56
Messages
1,401
Likes
2,350
#1
https://www.facebook.com/lainsy.taylor?fref=nf
Lorraine Taylor



U couldn't make this up there we have shame Fein .had a vigil at free Derry corner for my husband tonight .guess wat they forgot to invite our family or campaign. 2 of there members are in our campaign couldnt get in touch with us like not shocked at all propaganda at it s best .so annoyed cause it is only my husband there a joke .u would think they would have the decency to ask like .

The comments from the sold out Derry working class are quite telling.
 
Joined
Oct 30, 2015
Threads
31
Messages
937
Likes
402
#3
Now usually I'd be all up for a bit of shin flake bashing, but tbf it just looks like there was no room for the wife or family in the photos...
 
Joined
Oct 31, 2015
Threads
23
Messages
3,229
Likes
6,046
#8
Looks like she is more interested in having a go at sf than seeing hubby freed?
The family have held countless protests and SF have avoided them all.
Now SF hold a rally and don't even advertise in advance or invite non-SF people or any members of the family.
Looks more like a photo-op and being the cynic that I am, I wouldn't be surprised if the Brits have told SF they will soon release Tony, thus giving them an opportunity to reap some kudos.
 
Joined
Oct 30, 2015
Threads
31
Messages
937
Likes
402
#10
An Irish man being held in prison for 884 days with no trial, no charges and no evidence.
The Secretary of State order his imprisonment based on classifed information, not giving Tony a chance to deny or scrutiny the allegations..
Internment basically.
Thons one way of looking at it another is that he's a twice convicted terrorist who has had his release licence revoked by the Parole Commission because of the risk he posed to the public...

However, the Northern Ireland Office said his licence was revoked by the Parole Commission because of the risk he posed to the public.

Taylor was sentenced to 18 years in prison in 1994 after he was seriously injured in a premature explosion in Derry. The Provisional IRA inmate was released under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement.

In 2011, he was then sentenced to three years behind bars for possession of a rifle in a case that made history by using covert surveillance evidence gathered by a drone.


Leading republican Tony Taylor returned to prison after licence revoked

A Northern Ireland Office spokesman said: "The independent Parole Commissioners recommended Mr Taylor's licence be revoked because of the risk he poses to the public. The Secretary of State subsequently revoked his licence."

Dissident back in jail as licence is revoked - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Ex-prisoner one of rifle accused
 

Cruimh

PI Member
Joined
Oct 31, 2015
Threads
8
Messages
688
Likes
540
Location
County Londondoire
#11
Thons one way of looking at it another is that he's a twice convicted terrorist who has had his release licence revoked by the Parole Commission because of the risk he posed to the public...

However, the Northern Ireland Office said his licence was revoked by the Parole Commission because of the risk he posed to the public.

Taylor was sentenced to 18 years in prison in 1994 after he was seriously injured in a premature explosion in Derry. The Provisional IRA inmate was released under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement.

In 2011, he was then sentenced to three years behind bars for possession of a rifle in a case that made history by using covert surveillance evidence gathered by a drone.

Leading republican Tony Taylor returned to prison after licence revoked

A Northern Ireland Office spokesman said: "The independent Parole Commissioners recommended Mr Taylor's licence be revoked because of the risk he poses to the public. The Secretary of State subsequently revoked his licence."

Dissident back in jail as licence is revoked - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Ex-prisoner one of rifle accused
Much in the same way as Jon Venables keeps being returned to prison ....
 
Joined
Oct 31, 2015
Threads
23
Messages
3,229
Likes
6,046
#12
Thons one way of looking at it another is that he's a twice convicted terrorist who has had his release licence revoked by the Parole Commission because of the risk he posed to the public...

However, the Northern Ireland Office said his licence was revoked by the Parole Commission because of the risk he posed to the public.

Taylor was sentenced to 18 years in prison in 1994 after he was seriously injured in a premature explosion in Derry. The Provisional IRA inmate was released under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement.

In 2011, he was then sentenced to three years behind bars for possession of a rifle in a case that made history by using covert surveillance evidence gathered by a drone.

Leading republican Tony Taylor returned to prison after licence revoked

A Northern Ireland Office spokesman said: "The independent Parole Commissioners recommended Mr Taylor's licence be revoked because of the risk he poses to the public. The Secretary of State subsequently revoked his licence."

Dissident back in jail as licence is revoked - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Ex-prisoner one of rifle accused
He is not in jail for anything that you mentioned. You are either being deliberately misleading or misinformed.
He served his time for both offences.
His current spell is based on secret evidence which neither Tony nor his Lawyer has access too.
He's just banged up for almost 3 years now, with not even the decency of a day in court.
As I said, internment was also a case of jailing people on confidential information.
 
Top Bottom