Sunday, February 27, 2011


Extradition judgement of the information mailer

Wise Up Journal
By Gabriel O’Hara

Would the world be a safer place if people who mail public information are behind bars?

Today at the four courts in Dublin, 11am - court 11, the Judge ruled on whether or not to extradite John Anthony Hill to the UK.

 John mailed a publicly available DVD, with no letter attached, to a court in the UK during a trial of three men.

The DVD had nothing to do with those three men, it containes information from the BBC, ITV, the New York Times and other such established main stream news entities about four different men.

During John’s trial in Ireland, March 19th, the judge said in his closing statement that he would watch the DVD before making a decision.

Today we found out that the judge failed to uphold that promise/commitment made in court when he told the court he had not looked at that evidence.

The Judge ruled against John, 60 years old, who was then put in to handcuffs and lead away by the police to a prison.

The Judge said a number of people from all over the world mailed him envelopes with DVDs, he also said he did not open the envelopes.