people have already signed the Captain Kelly
Justice Campaign’s international petition.
Politicians (List- incomplete)
Finian Mc Grath TD, Ind.: Niall Blaney TD, IFF: Harry Blaney Snr.:
Cllor. Liam Blaney: Joe Costello TD, Labour: Waheed Alli, House of
Lords: Ken Livingstone, Mayor of London: Tony Benn, former Labour
M.P: Senator Mary Kathleen O’Doherty King, Trinidad & Tabago: Ruairi
Quinn, TD, Labour: Liz McManus, & Mary Upton, Labour TDs, Ivana
Bacik, Reid Professor of Law, Trinity College, Dublin and Labour
candidate for the European Parliament: Caoimhghin O’ Caoláin TD.
Sinn Fein Dail leader, Leinster House: Michael D. Higgins, Labour
TD, Kevin McNamara MP: Aengus O’ Snodaigh TD, Dublin Sinn Fein: Seán
Crowe TD, Dublin Sinn Fein: Martin Ferris TD, Sinn Fein, Co. Kerry:
Arthur Morgan TD, Sinn Fein, Co. Louth: Cllr. Dermot Lacey & Cllr.
Mary Freehill, both ex-Lord Mayors of Dublin,
Martin McGuinnes, M.P., MLA.
“What an extraordinary story of injustice. I would be proud for you
to add my name to the petition” – Tony Benn, London.
“We cannot erase the past but that should not prevent our striving
for Justice for those whose reputation has been cruelly besmirched.
Captain Kelly deserves Justice, even if he cannot be here to see
it”. – Kevin McNamara, House of Commons.
Fr. Des Wilson, Belfast: Fr. Oliver Kelly, Co. Cavan: Fr. Martin
Kelly, Co. Down (younger brothers of Capt. Jim Kelly): Fr. Robert J.
Doherty, Celtic Cross Awards Society, Boston, USA: Fr. Joe McVeigh,
Co. Fermanagh: Fr. Brendan Forde, OFM, Dublin: Sister Kathleen
Pritchard, Harare, Zimbabwe, C. Africa: Sister Mary Fahy,
Presentation Sisters, Co. Cavan.
“I worked with the man, he was my Boss. I Loved him as a Soldier
loves his Comrades. R.I.P” - Ex-Cpl. Anthony Delaney, 5th.
Dr. Raymond McClean, civil rights’ veteran, former Mayor of
Derry: Paddy ‘Bogside’ Doherty, civil rights’ veteran, chair- Derry
Citizens’ Defence Committee: John Kelly, former MLA, civil rights’
veteran, chair-Belfast Citizens’ Defence Committee: Tim Pat Coogan,
author, commentator and historian: James Crossan, President, Derry
Division #1 & several other officials of the AOH, at home & abroad.
“This man is the Irish Dreyfus. His name should be cleared” – Tim
Pat Coogan, Glengeary, Co. Dublin.
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