Quick response of the new attorney to an attempt of destroying Martha’s car – thank you

We thank very much to Martha’s current attorney – Frank Gearty, for very quick response to an attempt of destroying Martha’s car.
The attorney firmly turned to GARDA’s Superintendent.
He unambiguously obliged GARDA to properly secure the car.
Under no circumstances may the vehicle be destroyed, or any of important traces be erased which will be analyzed soon.
The car is a  very important evidence both in submitting the case to ECHR, and in re-submitting the case to the Court of Appeal in Ireland.

We thank very much for very quick and very firm response.

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Does GARDA seek to destroy evidence? – An attempt to destroy Martha’s car

Martha’s car was never thoroughly examined.
Examining it was and still is very important for the case.
Even now, after many years, it can be done.

Things that weren’t checked and examined:
– fingerprints on the steering wheel,
– fingerprints on the dashboard,
– fingerprints on the button which opens the window on the driver’s side,
– fingerprints on the handbrake,
– it wasn’t checked if the ABS system worked,
– it wasn’t checked if the ABS system was destroyed in the moment of hitting the electric box (first thing that car hit),
– it wasn’t determined WHO was braking and with WHAT: it wasn’t determined if it was Martha who was braking, ad if it was with a foot brake or a handbrake (despite the facts it was assumed that it was Csaba, who was braking with a handbrake – the handbrake wasn’t pulled in the car when it was pulled out of water)

GARDA Superintendent informed, that if he doesn’t get other suggestions, then Irish GARDA will have to destroy (dispose of) the car as of October 1.
Tt was justified by a large costs of storing of the car.
Is this only a cover?
Doesn’t  GARDA, under the pretext of high costs, want to destroy all evidence, which could be used to clear Martha of unjustified accusation?

(Information about the will of destroying the car was sent by the same GARDA Superintendent, who agreed to prolong Martha’s arrest during interrogation)

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