Two-week-old baby is left fighting for her life in intensive care after ‘rape’

A 25-year-old man has been charged with rape and grievous bodily harm at Armagh Magistrates’ Court in Northern Ireland

The infant is in intensive care in Belfast

A two-week-old baby is in a serious condition after allegedly being raped.

A 25-year-old man has been charged with rape and grievous bodily harm, as the baby is in intensive care at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.

The alleged attack is believed to have taken place in the Annalong area of County Down, where the infant is from.

Police say the baby suffered a number of injuries in the alleged attack, which happened on Saturday, September 29.

The suspect, who appeared at Armagh Magistrates’ Court, cannot be named for legal reasons.

He is due to appear at Newry Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday next week.

Details of the incident have emerged on Friday, following a court appearance at Armagh Magistrates Court on Tuesday.

The 25-year-old accused, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, has been charged with sexual assault of a child under 13 and grievous bodily harm of that same child.

The defendant made a brief appearance in the dock in order to hear the charges read out to him following the alleged incident on Saturday, September 29.

A detective sergeant, also present before the court, believes he was able to connect the 25-year-old with the charges. No bail application was made by the defendant’s counsel at this stage.

He was remanded into custody at Maghaberry prison and is due to appear before Newry Magistrates’ Court next Wednesday morning, Octobober 17th.

The accused man’s address has been given in court as Annalong.

With many thanks to the: Irish Daily Mirror for the original story.

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Two-week-old baby ‘raped’ by man in Northern Ireland
Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children

A two-week-old baby is in intensive care after allegedly being raped.

According to the BBC, the infant is being treated in the paediatric unit of the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.

The child is from Annalong, a coastal village in the south-west of County Down.

A 25-year-old man has been charged with rape and grievous bodily harm with intent over the alleged incident, which took place on Saturday, 29 September.

The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared at Armagh Magistrates Court on Tuesday, 2 October and is due to appear before Newry Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 10 October.

Annalong is in County Down

The PSNI told Yahoo News UK: ‘Detectives from PSNI Serious Crime Branch are investigating an incident in which an infant from the Annalong area sustained a number of serious injuries and charged a 25-year-old man with rape and grievous bodily harm with intent.

With many thanks to: Limerick City Against Corrupt Bouncers for the original posting.

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With many thanks to the: PSNI Craigavon for the original posting but you can all make up your own minds whether it is right or wrong to name & shame him.

 

 

Liam Campbell cannot get a fair trial in Lithuania

Stop the extradition of Liam Campbell to Lithuaina

Liam Campbell, an alleged Real IRA leader, will argue that he cannot receive a fair trial in Lithuania because his brother’s terrorism conviction was found to have been based on entrapment.

Campbell, 54, of Upper Faughart in north Louth, who was found liable for the 1998 Omagh bomb in a civil action eight years ago, appeared in the High Court in Dublin yesterday to contest his extradition to Lithuania, where he is accused of a Real IRA plot to buy large quantities of explosives and weapons.

Brian Gageby, his barrister, told the court that he wanted an adjournment while he sought an English translation of Michael Campbell’s trial and appeal in Vilnius. Mr Gageby is preparing to argue that Liam Campbell cannot receive a fair trial, which is required under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Campbell’s brother was convicted in Lithuania in 2011 of conspiracy to buy weapons and explosives, following a joint MI5-Lithuanian police operation. Michael Campbell was jailed for twelve years but his conviction was overturned on appeal in 2013 on the grounds that he was entrapped by MI5. Liam Campbell is now seeking a transcript of that appeal to use in his case.

Since Michael Campbell returned to Ireland the highest court in Lithuania overturned the appeal, finding that the appeal court erred in putting too much weight on entrapment defence. As a result Michael Campbell may also be extradited back to Lithuania.

Judge Aileen Donnelly agreed to adjourn Liam Campbell’s case for a month yesterday to allow the state and the defence to prepare documents.

Campbell is receiving free legal aid to fight extradition, claiming that he will not get a fair trial and also that prison conditions in Lithuania are so bad that they violate Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The article prohibits extradition if there is a “substantial risk” that the person will undergo inhumane or degrading treatment.

He won on Article 3 grounds when Lithuania sought to extradite him from Northern Ireland, after which he was released by the High Court in Belfast and was rearrested in the Republic. Campbell’s co-accused, Brendan McGuigan, 36, of Omeath, Co Louth, was previously released by the High Court in Dublin, also because prison conditions in Lithuania would be a violation of his rights under Article 3.

Both men are wanted in Lithuania for allegedly organising a Real IRA explosives and weapons importation scheme. A Lithuanian arrest warrant read in court states 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”.

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

Campbell was allegedly a senior Real IRA member when the offences were committed in late 2006 and early 2007 and is alleged to have met with a British intelligence officer posing as an east European arms dealer.

with many thanks to: Irish Republican Prisoner News.

Armed British Incursions

North Louth Csm

Derry Sceal

North Louth 32csm would like to bring to the attention the most recent British Crown force armed incursion into Omeath, Co. Louth, today, Friday 30th August.

The occupation forces which included both RUC/PSNI and British Customs/ Immigration were met at the border and escorted to Omeath by Armed Gardai to take part in an raid on a local restaurant.

This obviously took place with the blessing of the Croppy government headed up by Enda Kenny ,ever eager to curry favour with David Cameronand has been the second raid on these premises in a matter of weeks by British forces.

As they carried out their raid, armed Gardaí stood outside the premises, shadowing and protecting their British counterparts.

The North Louth 32csm call on all right minded people to condemn the actions of the Gardai and the Free state government, who enable and encourage a historically brutal, invasive and murderous force and grant them free reign to once again torture the citizens of the Free State as they do their Countrymen and women in the occupied 6 counties. —

32csm condemn British crown forces Incursions into Co.Louth · Friday at 23:20 ·