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Second Enormous Request – WE ASK YOU VERY MUCH for valuable advice regarding preparing the application for European Court of Human Rights

Due to preparing of Martha’s case for submission before European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, WE ASK YOU VERY MUCH for help.
We ask people with experience for professional advice.
Maybe we have missed something important.

It’s no secret what arguments will be used.
It will be at least 3 main points:
1. Lack of translator in the beginning and accepting by the court of a single, unconfirmed testimony of a witness, about the words allegedly spoken by Martha.
2. Lack of a solicitor in the starting period of testimonies before GARDA.
3. … (this we don’t to reveal at this stage).

At least three main points, the rest is a background.
The background of the case is:
media campaign against Martha,
sentencing Martha by the media before the trial,
carelessness of the investigation
,
the way and the length of interrogation by GARDA,
interpreting all the circumstantial evidence to the detriment of Martha,
skipping the facts that could disprove the validity of these circumstantial evidence,
discrimination on every stage.

These are our initial thoughts in case of Martha.
We will be grateful for every advice and conclusions.

We ask very much for every suggestion that can be useful during preparing the application for European Court of Human Rights.

We ensure confidentiality.
Valuable suggestions please send to the e-mail addres:
help@helpformartha.org

We thank you fro the heart for help.
We will accept any suggestion with appreciation.

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Herda vs. Ireland – Martha’s case is being prepared for European Court of Human Rights

Due to the refusal by the Supreme Court in Ireland to handle the case, Martha’s case is being prepared for submission to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
The Supreme Court made it’s decision on May 21, 2018.
From this day, there is a six months deadline for lodging the case before the European Court.
Martha’s case must be submitted to Strasbourg before November 21, 2018.
Martha’s family, despite the vacation time, makes consultations regarding submission of the application.
Martha’s current solicitor – Frank Gearty, is also getting acquainted with the case.
The application for the European Court of Human Rights will be prepared immediately after summer hollidays, in September.

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