Nally verdict shows Travellers are now fair game

Let us accept for now that the Traveller, John Ward, was up to no good when he went to the home of Padraig Nally.

16th December, 2006

Let us accept for now that the Traveller, John Ward, was up to no good when he went to the home of Padraig Nally. Let us accept for now that Nally had a right to protect his home and himself, and a right to use violence in so doing.

But after Nally had brutally repelled the intruder from his property, how can we possibly accept that he had a further right then to reload his...

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