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Ruling on costs could prevent Ian Bailey from suing state again

30th July, 2017
Ian Bailey’

An adverse costs ruling could scupper Ian Bailey’s chances of bringing a fresh case against gardaí and the state over the handling of the investigation into the 1996 murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.

Save in “one minor respect”, the English journalist failed to overturn the High Court jury decision dismissing his action alleging a conspiracy between members of the Gardaí and key witness Marie Farrell.

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