Irish Election Literature

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Paul Kane – ‘Framed by a Supergrass’ -Irish Anti Extradition Committee 1988 December 21, 2009


Paul Kane was one of the 38 prisoners that escaped the Maze Prision in 1983.Extradition was a big issue in the Republic all throughout the troubles. Despite the quotes from Charles Haughey and Gerry Collins on the back of the leaflet, Paul Kane was extradited in 1989. The Quotes from Haughey and Collins also illustrate how throughout the Troubles Fianna Fails policies shifted to populist Republican ones most often when in opposition.
Others mentioned as awaiting extradition in the leaflet include Dermote Finucance, brother of the late Pat Finucane and former MP and election agent for Bobby Sands, Owen Carron.

 

3 Responses to “Paul Kane – ‘Framed by a Supergrass’ -Irish Anti Extradition Committee 1988”

  1. […] Kane ‘Framed by a Supergrass’ -Anti Extradition Leaflet. Kane was one of the 1983 Maze escapees. Leaflet shows the way Fianna Fail spoke out of both sides […]

  2. […] Benny (Benedict) McElwee -Sinn Fein- 1982 Stormont Elections * Paul Kane – ‘Framed by a Supergrass’ -Irish Anti Extradition Committee 1988 * Dermot Tobin- Workers Party […]

  3. […] similar shadow-boxing the week before despite having handed over Gerard Harte, Robert Russell and Paul Kane in successive political extraditions to their political masters in the past 14 months.” […]


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