SF lobbies against extradition of Omagh bomber – Belfast Newsletter

https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/sf-lobbies-against-extradition-of-omagh-bomber-1-8690869

Follow these links to find out more and help STOP the EXTRADITION of Liam Campbell: https://youtu.be/8hbzVNS9mxs

https://seachranaidhe1.blog/tag/support-liam-campbell/

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Support Liam Campbell, NO To extradition!

West London Revolutionary Communist Group joined the Anti-Internment Group picket in London yesterday. The group called for support of Irish Republican Liam Campbell who is facing extradition to Lithuania.

We say – NO TO EXTRADITION!!
Free all Irish Political Prisoners!✊‼

Saoirse go deo!

https://damnyourconcessions.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/lithuania-vs-liam-campbell-part-iii.html?m=1

With many thanks to: West London Revolutionary Communist Group.

Follow this link to find out more: https://www.facebook.com/wlrcg/

Support Liam Campbell ‘Stop the Extradition of Irish Citizens’ NOW!

Simply put it would be an embarrassment to Republicanism if we allowed an Irish Citizen on Republican charges to be extradited to a Country that he has never even visited without opposition. At present the 26 County courts are looking at the possibility of extraditing Liam Campbell to Lithuania, I will reiterate again a Country he has NEVER even been in. His brother before him beat charges in Lithuania when it was found to be a case of entrapment, ran by Mi5.

The facts:

The prison conditions are appalling you wouldn’t allow an animal to live like this !!!

Liam Campbell is an entirely independent Republican, he is aligned with no organisation, the whole Republican community should put political differences aside and oppose extradition on all fronts, from DD McLaughlin who they are trying to extradite from the 26 Counties to the 6 Counties to Liam Campbell who they are trying to Extradite from the 26 Counties to Lithuania.

Oppose Extradition for all Irish Republicans
#saynotoextradition

With many thanks to: Irish Republican Prisoners News. 

STOP THE EXTRADITION OF LIAM CAMPBELL !!!

  1. STOP THE EXTRADITION!

Irish republicans have always fought against extradition, there have many campaigns in the past and 2017 is no different. Today Republicans and human rights activists are campaigning to stop attempts to extradite Liam Campbell, the attempts to extradite a man to a Country he has never been in are farcical.
A letter of opposition to this attempt has been drafted and can be sent to Tomas Krusna, the Lithuanian Chief prosecutor. We carry a link to a pdf for you to download and also a picture here so you can read. Email addresses to send the letter to are included in letter.
#stoptheextradition #supportliamcampbell

PDF download link:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9y8_agAxR6cN2NkS2dSYXRvRFE/view?usp=drivesdk

As stated previously

Republicans have a long history of opposing extradition of Republican activists, today we have a very specific and unique attempt to extradite Liam Campbell to Lithuania, apart from the injustice of trying to extradite a man to a Country he has never been in, we have the worrying prospect of it succeeding, please see below attached picture which gives an overview of the conditions in a Lithuanian prison. Even the British Government would not extradite Liam Campbell to Lithuania based on the conditions alone and we need to ensure the the Freestate do not either. Zoom in to read.
#stoptheextradition #supportliamcampbell

The prison conditions are appalling you wouldn’t allow an animal to live like this !!!

Lithuania ‘abusing power’ in Liam Campbell case.

Lithuanian authorities are “abusing their power” in trying to extradite an alleged dissident republican because a court in Belfast has already refused to do so, his barrister has said.

Liam Campbell, who was found liable for the for the 1998 Omagh bombing in a civil action eight years ago, is fighting extradition to Lithuania, where he is accused of organising a Real IRA weapons and explosives importation scheme.

The High Court in Belfast released Campbell in 2013 after ruling that extraditing him would violate his rights under the European Convention on Human Rights because of the poor prison conditions in Lithuania.

He returned to his home in the Republic and was rearrested after Lithuanian authorities sent a new European arrest warrant to the Irish authorities.

 Brian Gageby, Campbell’s barrister, told Dublin High Court that not only had the High Court in Belfast refused to extradite Campbell, but the High Court in Dublin had also refused to extradite his alleged Real IRA co-accused, Brendan McGuigan, 36, of Omeath, Co Louth, also because Lithuanian prison conditions violate the European Convention on Human Rights.

Mr Gageby said that he accepted that it was a “high bar” to base his case on abuse of process grounds but said it could be met in this case.

He said he would be arguing both that the Lithuanian authorities were abusing the European arrest warrant system and, separately, that Campbell would not get a fair trial in Lithuania, which would be a violation of Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

He added that Michael Campbell, Liam Campbell’s brother, was the third to be accused in the case. Michael Campbell had already prepared an affidavit for the court in which he laid out his own experience of being on trial in Lithuania and the unfairness of the case. Those grounds included a lack of access to official documents in English, Mr Gageby said.

Michael Campbell was convicted of attempting to illegally buy weapons and explosives but was released on appeal. That appeal was overturned and he may be sought again by Lithuanian authorities.

Liam Campbell, who is on bail, was in court for yesterday’s hearing.

Mr Gageby was in court seeking a second state-funded barrister to help him prepare the case. Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly granted the request as she said that the abuse of process case would require substantial work on top of that required by Mr Gageby for his attempts to show that Campbell could not get a fair trial in Lithuania.

Mr Gageby also sought to amend Campbell’s bail conditions so that he only had to sign in at Dundalk garda station three times a week. Ms Justice Donnelly refused the request and said that Campbell must continue to sign on seven days a week to ensure that he complies with bail conditions, including that he stays in the Republic.

A Lithuanian arrest warrant alleges that Campbell “made arrangements for illegal possession of a considerable amount of powerful firearms, ammunition, explosive devices and substances” to be exported from Lithuania to Ireland for use by a “terrorist grouping” named the Real IRA.

The importation was alleged to include sniper rifles, rocket launchers, RPG-7 rockets, hand-grenades and Semtex explosives.

Taken from the Times – by Sean O’Driscoll

With many thanks to: Kevin Kinsella.