Is Martha’s case a public matter? – prosecutor’s office answer

On wednesday evening, Martha’s current solicitor sent a translatedo to Polish language answer of prosecutor’s office regarding the appeal to the Supreme Court. For now the translation was received via email by Martha’s sister – Monika. Martha didn’t get anything yet.

The prosecutor’s office holds a position, that Martha’s case is not a case with public character, and it is not in the interest of justice to review the case further.

Isn’t Martha’s case, about which every Irish media was “roaring” for 4 years, a case with a public character?
How many millions of people and all over the world heard about Martha’s case?
For 4 years the case was “public”, and now it suddenly has to stop being “public”, so that the Supreme Court wouldn’t review it.
Was there any matter as interesting to all of Irish people (besides an attempt to introduce new water billings)?

On the other hand, the combination of words “interest of justice” is extremely cynical here. Either we are talking about interest or justuce. We don’t know what prosecutor’s office wants to defend, interests (whose?), or justice.

Since when the Polish media started to take interest in the case, Irish media strangely got quiet. Martha’s case does not interest them anymore. Is the case, which was “public” for 4 years, suddenly ceased to be “public”, and is being muted?
Only internet left to reach many honest and sincere people in Ireland.
All the more we ask for help in sharing of Polish reportages with subtitles in English language.

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Martha’s sister finally gets a letter from solicitor, which Martha received before holidays

Martha’s current solicitor  finally pressed the “enter” button, and on january 3rd, in the afternoon, Martha’s sister received a letter via email. It’s the same letter, that Martha got on december 22nd.
Title of the letter:    “SUPREME COURT
Respondent’s notice”
It’a 10 page position of prosecutor’s office on Martha’s request of her case being reviewed by Supreme Court.
The letter was submitted to the office of Supreme Court on december 15, 2017.
Supposedly a translation is being prepared, and later, Martha’s current solicitor is supposedly about to visit Martha, with the translated version.

11th page, about which Martha was speaking, is one guiding sentence from her current solicitor.

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Information on the date of submitting the appeal to Supreme Court

On 23th of october Martha learned from lawyers, that the appeal to Supreme Court must be submitted in 4 weeks from announcement of rejecting the previous appeal (that is from 12th october 2017). Appeal must be submited by 9th november 2017. Earlier, on 12 october 2017 lawyers informed her, that time for submitting the appeal to Supreme Court is only 2 weeks.
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