Lawyers for Ian Bailey have urged Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan to withdraw any further state assistance to French authorities prosecuting the Sophie Toscan du Plantier case.
Bailey is due to be tried, in absentia, in Paris this week, accused of killing the French film producer who was found beaten to death in her nightclothes close to her holiday home in Schull on December 23, 1996.
In a detailed letter to the minister late last month, Bailey’s...
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