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Happytolearn

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I've done a search for any threads on this publication - I can't seem to find any. I'm sure it's been discussed widely already - If so - apologies for the repetition (and I'd greatly appreciate being pointed toward any previous thread).

Blank of Ireland 'This Way Out'


From reading the free online book I've been left with quite a number of questions - I'd be most interested in viewing the general consensus. I've googled 'Darrell o Dea' and had a read of some of the related articles/forums.

Banking Scam - Could this be the end of the Euro?

BankofIrelandMortgageCleared - Is this letter the real deal or not?? - TNS RADIO - Seeking solutions

mortgage debt written off - Askaboutmoney.com

Anyone read it? I'm confused as to why the author has not outlined the amount of the original debt. Also - in his letter to Ivor Fitzpatrick and Co. - he requests 'Privity of Contract' - Does that not counter his claim that he had no contract in the first place.
 

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I thought the "blank of Ireland' was AIB.

We never any open honest coverage of the condition that they are in, and they are the largest bank in the state.
 

Analyzer

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Maybe we have two pillars firing blanks, instead of two pillar banks ?
 

Happytolearn

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This guy outlines his system for challenging the validity of bank debt in Ireland based on what he deems the fraudulent creation of 'digital debt' that never in fact existed in the first place.
 

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How would a police superintendent that just arrived into an area give a report about an immigrant that has resided in such community for over 12 years that, he's often charged to court for what, who should know who better ?
I'm not sure I follow you ..
 

Happytolearn

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Very filthy hate people, let us see such report and take a civil action against such hate sort of people so that, people's character will never be undermined without open ballot system.
Again - I'm not sure I understand what you're getting at. Apologies if I'm missing your point. Have you read the publication?
 

bob3367

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Again - I'm not sure I understand what you're getting at. Apologies if I'm missing your point. Have you read the publication?
Ignore it, troll alert...
 

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Very filthy hate people, let us see such report and take a civil action against such hate sort of people so that, people's character will never be undermined without open ballot system.
Learn to write in English or stop posting.
 

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Police 'may have altered scene' at South African mine, lawyer claims

on 06/11/2012 13:02:02

South African police may have altered the scene and planted weapons after they shot dead 34 striking miners near Lonmin's Marikana mines in August, according to a lawyer reviewing photographic evidence presented at a commission of inquiry into the killings.

Photographs taken by police at night show more weapons by the dead bodies than there were in photographs taken immediately after the violence on August 16.

Thousands of miners had gathered at hills in Marikana about 58 miles north-west of Johannesburg where 34 miners were shot dead by police and 78 wounded in the worst state violence since the end of apartheid in 1994.

South Africa is conducting a commission of inquiry to look into the parties responsible for 46 deaths, including two policemen, during nearly six weeks of strikes at the mines.

Video evidence shown on Monday also indicated that some of the dead miners may have been handcuffed.

National police commissioner Riah Phiyega said that the commission has launched an investigation into the discrepancies. She said she was presented with evidence that may have suggested one of the crime scenes had been tampered with nearly two weeks ago.

Human rights lawyer George Bizos said the evidence presented at the inquiry clearly indicates an attempt was made to alter the scene.

"The evidence clearly showed there is at least a strong prima facie case that there has been an attempt to defeat the ends of justice," he said. Mr Bizos, who is representing the Legal Resources Centre and Bench Marks Foundation during the inquiry, called on senior police officers in charge of the scene to present evidence.

Crime scene expert Captain Apollo Mohlaki, who took the night photographs, was questioned during the inquiry on Monday. He admitted his photographs showed more weapons around the bodies than those taken earlier, according to the South Africa Press Association (SAPA).

In one set of photos, a man's dead body lies alone in the daylight, and in a picture taken by electric light after dark, there is a machete under the man's hand.

Mr Mohlaki said he saw the weapon under the man's arm in the photograph he took, but when looking at the day photograph of the same body he said of the weapon: "It is not appearing, I don't see it."

Dali Mpofu, the lawyer for the Lonmin miners, entered a video as evidence that showed miners that seemed to be handcuffed. When asked if he saw if any of the dead miners' hands had been bound, Mr Mohlaki said he had not.

"If I am looking at the video there is a person, handcuffed possibly, but on the day I did not observe that," Mr Mohlaki said.

The representative for the police, Ishmael Semenya, had suggested the week before that the integrity of the crime scene could have been compromised by the presence of paramedics, according to SAPA.

"We will hear evidence that paramedics asked that weapons be removed so they could do their work," said Mr Semenya.

The inquiry began last month and is expected to continue for four months, investigating the roles played by police, miners, unions and Lonmin in the August deaths.
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