Framed By A Supergrass: Paul Kane — Don’t Let Fianna Fáil Extradite Him
Organisation: Irish Anti-Extradition Committee
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22nd November 2022

A leaflet from the Irish Anti-Extradition Committee in opposition to the Irish government allowing the extradition of prisoners in Portlaoise Prison to Britain.

It states:

Gerry Collins [then FF Justice Minister] has the power to release Paul Kane and any other prisoner held for extradition. Decisions in these cases are political ones — as the Fr Ryan case showed most clearly. Justice demands that Paul Kane is not extradited and that he and his fellow prisoners facing extradition — Dermot Finucane, Jim Clarke and Owen Carron — be released. Demand justice. Support the campaign against extradition.

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Anti-Extradition March & Rally

  3rd December 1988

The Irish Anti-Extradition Committee held a march and rally on the 3rd of December 1988 in opposition to the extradition of prisoners to Britain and coinciding with a government review of the Extradition Act.

  Anti-Extradition March & Rally 



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