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Munster IRA Terrorist Ring Destroyed, As Leader Sent Down


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Five men have been convicted by the Special Criminal Court in Dublin of membership of the Real IRA.

Three of the men, John Murphy (aged 25), (Old Mallow Road), Gerard Varian (aged 46), (Bride Valley Park, in Fairhill), and Aidan O'Driscoll (aged 25) (Glenheights Park, in Ballyvolane) are from Cork.

The other two men, Ciaran O'Dwyer (aged 50), (Castletroy View) and Ultan Larkin (aged 34), (Farranshone), are from Limerick.

O'Dwyer is reportedly the head of the Real IRA in Munster and Larkin is said to be his second in command.

All five had denied the charges. They have now been remanded in custody for sentencing at a later date.

RTE

Lets hope they all get life.
 
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Re: Munster IRA Terrorist Ring Destroyed, As Leader Sent Dow

Lord Nelson said:
Five men have been convicted by the Special Criminal Court in Dublin of membership of the Real IRA.

Three of the men, John Murphy (Old Mallow Road), Gerard Varian (Bride Valley Park, in Fairhill), and Aidan O'Driscoll (Glenheights Park, in Ballyvolane) are from Cork.

The other two men, Ciaran O'Dwyer (Castletroy View) and Ultan Larkin (Farranshone), are from Limerick.

O'Dwyer is reportedly the head of the Real IRA in Munster and Larkin is said to be his second in command.

All five had denied the charges. They have now been remanded in custody for sentencing at a later date.

RTE

Lets hope they all get life.

Lord Nelson, are you using this site to build up your CV for a job in the Irish Independent or the Sun.
 

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Lord Nelson, why have you posted this in the Sinn Fein forum, these people have been convicted of membership of the RIRA, who have no links to Sinn Fein.
 

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padraig said:
Lord Nelson, why have you posted this in the Sinn Fein forum, these people have been convicted of membership of the RIRA, who have no links to Sinn Fein.
They have been convicted of membership of the "Republican Movement," can anyone from Sinn Féin confirm or deny if these convicted criminals are members of that party?
 

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Re: Munster IRA Terrorist Ring Destroyed, As Leader Sent Dow

Lord Nelson said:
[quote="Cormac Donaghey":18tfhw7e]Lord Nelson, are you using this site to build up your CV for a job in the Irish Independent or the Sun.
It’s called portfolio dear boy.[/quote:18tfhw7e]

Well in the context of some of your contributions to this forum, you would be well suited for a job at either of those papers, they never let the little detail of the truth bother them either, in their rantings.
 

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Re: Munster IRA Terrorist Ring Destroyed, As Leader Sent Dow

Lord Nelson said:
[quote="Cormac Donaghey":28mreyrs]Lord Nelson, are you using this site to build up your CV for a job in the Irish Independent or the Sun.
It’s called portfolio dear boy.[/quote:28mreyrs]

Well hopefully you'll be able to keep your secret identity well hidden when you reach the giddy heights of Abbey Street, for fear that the IRA will kill your family/friends/goldfish in retaliation for your devastating rhetorical campaign against them.

This, we pray, oh Lord.
 

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Lord Nelson said:
padraig said:
Lord Nelson, why have you posted this in the Sinn Fein forum, these people have been convicted of membership of the RIRA, who have no links to Sinn Fein.
They have been convicted of membership of the "Republican Movement," can anyone from Sinn Féin confirm or deny if these convicted criminals are members of that party?
Well they are not members of the Republican Movement that consists of the IRA and Sinn Fein, etc. The political group with the closest links to the RIRA is the 32CSM, so ask them if your interested. Again I ask you why have posted this thread in the Sinn Fein forum.
And If you check they have been convicted of membership of the RIRA, not the Republican Movement, which is a term used when refering to a number of organisations as a whole.
 

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padraig said:
Well they are not members of the Republican Movement that consists of the IRA and Sinn Fein, etc. The political group with the closest links to the RIRA is the 32CSM, so ask them if your interested. Again I ask you why have posted this thread in the Sinn Fein forum.
And If you check they have been convicted of membership of the RIRA, not the Republican Movement, which is a term used when refering to a number of organisations as a whole.

Well then why have they been allowed into the Republican Wing of Portlaoise Prison?
 

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Lord Nelson said:
padraig said:
Well they are not members of the Republican Movement that consists of the IRA and Sinn Fein, etc. The political group with the closest links to the RIRA is the 32CSM, so ask them if your interested. Again I ask you why have posted this thread in the Sinn Fein forum.
And If you check they have been convicted of membership of the RIRA, not the Republican Movement, which is a term used when refering to a number of organisations as a whole.

Well then why have they been allowed into the Republican Wing of Portlaoise Prison?
Because they are Republicans..
 

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and as for your hope that they recieve life Nelson (Ha,Ha your even as dim-witted as mr muntz), they will most likely recieve 4-6 years for membership of an illegal organisation.
 

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Lord Nelson said:
[quote="Lord Nelson":3p4e5la5]
padraig said:
Well then why have they been allowed into the Republican Wing of Portlaoise Prison?
Because they are Republicans..
Quod Erat Demonstrandum.[/quote:3p4e5la5]

Lord Nelson, every member of Sinn Fein is regarded as a member of the Republican Movement, that is not a crime, as much as people like you would want it to be.
 

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smiffy said:
Lord Nelson said:
Quod Erat Demonstrandum.
Actually no. Not everyone who is a republican is part of the (Provisional) Republican Movement.

And they weren't convicted of membership of the 'Republican Movement' because membership of the 'Republican Movement' is not a crime.
No but membership of an illegal organisation styling itself Oglaigh na hEireann, otherwise the Irish Republican Army, otherwise the IRA IS a serious crime.

4, 6, 20 years, no matter, their lives as they know it are over :)
 

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smiffy said:
Lord Nelson said:
No but an illegal organisation styling itself Oglaigh na hEireann, otherwise the Irish Republican Army, otherwise the IRA IS a serious crime.
Yes, but which organisation were they convicted of membership of? The (Provisional) IRA or the (Real) IRA?
... an illegal organisation styling itself Oglaigh na hEireann, otherwise the Irish Republican Army, otherwise the IRA.

Are you a little slow?
 
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Lord Nelson said:
smiffy said:
[quote="Lord Nelson":4m1zpmoo]Quod Erat Demonstrandum.
Actually no. Not everyone who is a republican is part of the (Provisional) Republican Movement.

And they weren't convicted of membership of the 'Republican Movement' because membership of the 'Republican Movement' is not a crime.
No but an illegal organisation styling itself Oglaigh na hEireann, otherwise the Irish Republican Army, otherwise the IRA IS a serious crime.

4, 6, 20 years, no matter, their lives as they know it are over :)[/quote:4m1zpmoo]

Lord Nelson, you state that your location is the United Kingdom, yet on another thread, you refer to the RTE Primetime documentary you watched about Galway.

The reason I query your location is that if you actually live in Ireland, you have to be the daftest poster on this site, with true04 running a close second.

Can you seriously not distinguish between the republican movement and the so called RIRA.
 

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Lord Nelson said:
... an illegal organisation styling itself Oglaigh na hEireann, otherwise the Irish Republican Army, otherwise the IRA.

Are you a little slow?
Really? Then why did you quote an unnamed article which said:

Five men have been convicted by the Special Criminal Court in Dublin of membership of the Real IRA.
?

See, here's the thing. You post that, and then you ask Sinn Fein if these guys were members. Why ask Sinn Fein (which isn't linked with the Real IRA) if they were members, and not ask any other party.

Unless ... you don't know the difference between the Real IRA and the (Provisional) IRA. Are you a little slow?
 
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