Mick Wallace, Ming Flanagan and Clare Daly speaking on Father Molloy and appointment of Judges.


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Fr. Niall Molloy - Unsolved Murder 1985

During the second stage debate of the Thirty-fourth Amendment to the Constitution (Judicial Appointments) Bill 2013 in the Dáil last Friday,  Mick Wallace TD spoke about unsolved murder of Fr Niall Molloy in 1985.

“A final example of what can go wrong when judicial appointments are political and when judges are too close to political parties is the case of Fr. Niall Molloy’s murder. Mr. Justice Frank Roe was appointed President of the Circuit Court just before Richard Flynn was tried for the manslaughter of Fr. Niall Molloy in 1986.

Judge Roe was a personal friend of Richard Flynn, the defendant. Despite this fact, he first decided to assign the case to himself, in an extreme abuse of the power that came with his role as President. He then withdrew the case from the jury after three and a half hours, without letting it consider any of the evidence and…

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Current Dáil debate

Fr. Niall Molloy - Unsolved Murder 1985

TD’s Clare Daly, Mick Wallace  and Joan collins have mentioned Niall’s  case this morning.

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Clare Daly TD mentions Fr Molloy in Dáil today

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Publish and be damned? You will if you try in Ireland. No constitutional right to free speech and a libel system weighted heavily against the Press. This in a country which shed blood for its independence.

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