Dublin: Urgent request to show up for the last days of the Jobstown trial

The long-running Jobstown trial, where several people are facing the serious charge of false imprisonment (kidnapping) for a sitdown protest that caused a politician’s car to be delayed by several hours, is finally coming to an end. The defence campaign are asking for people to be present at the Dublin Criminal Courts of Justice today, tomorrow, Thursday or Friday (or as many days as they can make it), for the closing arguments and the judge’s instructions to the jury.

The defence campaign have also been really consistent about making videos to expose the lies coming from the prosecution – here’s their latest, compiling the contradictory testimony that’s come from the cops over the course of the trial:

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