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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2016 9:50 am 
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-36499750
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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-36499750
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I wonder where the money is coming from?


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2016 4:53 pm 
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http://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-an ... -1.2715657

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Armed gardaí needed to search farm where cattle killed
Criminal Assets Bureau had €3.48 million judgment against landowner John Hoey


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‘Real and imminent risk’
An affidavit, filed on March 29th, by a detective chief superintendent from the Cab, said an assessment of Mr Hoey’s taxes for 2007-2012 amounted to €3.48 million. He said there was a “real and imminent risk” that Mr Hoey would attempt to sell or move his goods, machinery and livestock.
Mr Lehane said there were 83 cattle on Mr Hoey’s land, valued at €160,000. He also said he was sent a “private irrevocable contract of trust”, advising him Mr Hoey had placed all of his property in a trust. However, he added, this did not have “any real effect”. He also said Mr Hoey had told him in a phone call that he would sell his property.
Mr Lehane said Mr Hoey had three properties in his sole name – land at Annacroft and Coolreagh and Hoey’s Bar, Killanny, Co Louth, also called Wayside Inn.


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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http://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/armed-garda%C3%AD-needed-to-search-farm-where-cattle-killed-1.2715657

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Armed gardaí needed to search farm where cattle killed
Criminal Assets Bureau had €3.48 million judgment against landowner John Hoey


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‘Real and imminent risk’
An affidavit, filed on March 29th, by a detective chief superintendent from the Cab, said an assessment of Mr Hoey’s taxes for 2007-2012 amounted to €3.48 million. He said there was a “real and imminent risk” that Mr Hoey would attempt to sell or move his goods, machinery and livestock.
Mr Lehane said there were 83 cattle on Mr Hoey’s land, valued at €160,000. He also said he was sent a “private irrevocable contract of trust”, advising him Mr Hoey had placed all of his property in a trust. However, he added, this did not have “any real effect”. He also said Mr Hoey had told him in a phone call that he would sell his property.
Mr Lehane said Mr Hoey had three properties in his sole name – land at Annacroft and Coolreagh and Hoey’s Bar, Killanny, Co Louth, also called Wayside Inn.

Mr Hoey is certainly an interesting character.

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Tillage farmer facing charges related to oil laundering plant
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17/06/2005 | 00:11

The discovery of an oil laundering plant in a grain shed at Castlebellingham that was stated to capable of producing of 100,000 litres of washed oil a week, resulted in a 48-year-old local extensive tillage farmer John Hoey going on trial before the Circuit Court in Dundalk yesterday (Tuesday).

The discovery of an oil laundering plant in a grain shed at Castlebellingham that was stated to capable of producing of 100,000 litres of washed oil a week, resulted in a 48-year-old local extensive tillage farmer John Hoey going on trial before the Circuit Court in Dundalk yesterday (Tuesday).
The plant was ranked by an officer at 7 or 8 on a scale of ten compared with operations that had been closed by the customs authorities. He stated that he had been involved in the closure of up to nine plants in the last five or six years.
The Court heard that the potential loss to the state was approximately 44 cent on every litre of product laundered, and the two main outlets for this product were filling stations and hauliers.

He sounds like quite a piece of work.
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In an affidavit filed with the High Court in May, Mr Lehane, the official assignee in charge of bankruptcies, said he had been advised by gardaí that the landowner, John Hoey, was known to them and “under no circumstances” was Mr Lehane or his staff to attempt to execute a search warrant without armed gardaí. He said Garda support was “essential to preserve the safety of my staff and the public”.


He apparently did not learn his lesson after being caught first time round, and was hit with a massive :roll: 3000 euro fine in 2008 - about a week's profit I guess.
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He imposed the maximum fine of €3,000, or alternatively three months imprisonment, on John Hoey, Crann Nua, Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan, the owner of the vehicle containing the illicit fuel.
The Revenue intercepted it while it was being driven by Seán Meegan, Drumlin Manor, Castleblayney, Co Monaghan. However, a charge against Mr Meegan was dismissed after the court heard the vehicle was owned by Hoey. The judge said if he had the power to impose a statutory jail term on Hoey, he would have done so, as he had zero tolerance for such criminal activity.


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
PostPosted: Fri Aug 12, 2016 8:25 pm 
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Disciple of Christ is not an occupation.

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The Central Office of the High Court was entirely correct in refusing to accept a sworn statement in which a litigant described his occupation as “a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ”, a judge has ruled.
Mr Justice Richard Humphreys said the litigant, who had sought to “duplicitously” challenge in the High Court a decision by the Residential Tenancies Board to fix a market rent for his tenancy, had issued “frivolous, grandiose and vexatious” proceedings.
“The courts are not a playground in which litigants can amuse themselves at will.
“For the court to bask in self-congratulatory patience for quirky insouciance of applicants would be to play the role of a judicial free-rider,” the judge said in a reserved judgment.


The judge said the man and another tenant had sought leave to apply for judicial review to quash the Residential Tenancies Board’s determination.
The application had been filed in the Central Office and the man had put further evidence in the sworn statement.
The Central Office had refused to accept the man’s affidavit, on the grounds that it did not comply with the rules of the court.

The judge said that, in his mind, “fanciful” descriptions such as “disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ” do not constitute a description of occupation.
“If such a mode of description were permitted, one could not stop the next deponent describing themselves in the opening of an affidavit as a ‘Guardian reader’ or the one after that as a ‘keen golfer’ and so on,” the judge said.
He said the applicants had claimed the board’s decision suffered a breach of the internal tribunal procedures and there was no reasonable evidential basis for it.
They had also claimed bias and prejudice on the part of the members of the tribunal and fraud. The judge had refused all the grounds.


The judge said the applicants had already been engaged in an appeal of the board’s decision and therefore could not at the same time seek judicial review of that same decision.
He said the application before him was the fifth High Court action issued by the applicants.
The board had argued the tenants had decided to appeal each and every determination it made and it described their approach as a “tactic to delay and frustrate the proceedings”.
“To weather the efforts of frivolous litigants would have a significant downstream effect on private persons such as landlords in this case,” the judge said, dismissing the leave application.




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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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Germany - I hadn't come across this before, but a lot of the same tropes seem to crop up:

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A German 32-year-old special forces officer has died of his wounds after being shot during a raid on the home of a man linked to a far-right movement.
Four police were wounded as they tried to arrest a man in the Bavarian town of Georgensgmuend, south of Nuremberg.
The suspect, described as a member of the extremist Reichsbuerger movement, opened fire on the officers before he was eventually detained.
Officials said a permit had been revoked for the 31 guns he owned.
Local authorities had called in the police after the man repeatedly refused to co-operate with them. When a special forces team moved in early on Wednesday he began shooting through his door, officials said.

Reichsbuerger movement
The Reichsbuerger ("Reich Citizens") group does not recognise the authority of the post-war German federal republic, seeing it merely as some sort of private company. It believes in the continued existence of a German empire, or Reich, dating back to 1937 or even earlier.

Its roots are said to go back some three decades.
Bavarian officials said the group's ideology was "nationalist and anti-Semitic.... clearly extreme right". Their circle had grown in recently years, they said, and included "whingers, nutcases, conspiracy theorists, but also the far-right".


http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37713209


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
PostPosted: Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:42 am 
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Radio says that the State Intelligence Services don't consider them a well defined organisation worth being investigated
They are mostly cranks but probably deserve to be identified in case they do engage in dangerous acts but the opinion is that they are not organised.

There are fears some infiltrated/are in the police force and civil service.

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/inla ... 91271.html


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12 YEARS!!! :evil:
http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/co ... 61461.html
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A woman's family had taken advantage of the fact a vigilante group forced out a group of security men who were employed to protect her repossessed home, a High Court judge said.
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While Patricia McLeish disavowed any connection with the group, it was clear that members of her family were among those taking advantage of the incident when the group drove the security out with weapons, Mr Justice Robert Haughton said. Two of her sons are now in occupation of the house along with a third person, the court heard....
...Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank obtained a possession order in 2004. After nearly 12 years of postponements and failed legal proceedings to stop the repossession by Mrs McLeish and her estranged husband Thomas, the bailiffs moved in earlier this month....
...The outstanding mortgage on the house was €139,000. The bank said while Mrs McLeish claimed it was now worth €190,000 and there would be no prejudice to the bank in refusing its injunction, she had since had a costs order made against her.


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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Read that article and all I could think was "you couldn't make this shit up". The sons should be in jail for criminal trespass to start with, how can they be left occupying the house, it is beyond stupid, a complete joke.

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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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Read that article and all I could think was "you couldn't make this shit up". The sons should be in jail for criminal trespass to start with, how can they be left occupying the house, it is beyond stupid, a complete joke.


Is 12 years a new record

I've said it a few times now - would be very interested in a judge's register of interests similar to politicians. I wonder would we see a concentration of wealth in one Asset Class :x

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12 years of costs wont be pretty though, wonder how much that will be?


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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jabaar wrote:
Read that article and all I could think was "you couldn't make this shit up". The sons should be in jail for criminal trespass to start with, how can they be left occupying the house, it is beyond stupid, a complete joke.


Is 12 years a new record

I've said it a few times now - would be very interested in a judge's register of interests similar to politicians. I wonder would we see a concentration of wealth in one Asset Class :x


Does the Ethics in Public Office Act (1995) apply to judges? It requires registration of all land (excluding private home) owned by the individual or their spouse or children. It certainly applies to most public servants above a certain grade.


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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Claire Cullinane, the only one of these freeman fraudsters who actually got themselves elected in Ireland, has died.

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/ ... -1.2906080

And good fucking riddance too.

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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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Claire Cullinane, the only one of these freeman fraudsters who actually got themselves elected in Ireland, has died.

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/ ... -1.2906080

And good fucking riddance too.


Harsh in the extreme there.


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 Post subject: Re: Ben Gilroy and Freemen get MSM attention
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She was nothing but Freeman Fraudster scum.

http://origin.ie/bai/201405_CC_ECFDecis ... inal-2.pdf

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In relation to the CRO receipt, the broadcaster states that in the meeting of
October 2nd which ‘Prime Time’ secretly-filmed - having established that it was
necessary to do so, and gone through RTÉ’s detailed procedures to get
permission to do so - Ms. Cullinane repeatedly told those attending that a
company had already been formed and that everyone signing up to the trust would
become a shareholder in it. On October 14th
, Ms. Cullinane made similar
comments to the media on the steps of the Four Courts. In her interview with
‘Prime Time’ Ms. Cullinane responded to RTÉ questions by again saying that the
company had been formed, and that its name was the People of Éire.
The broadcaster states that the day after the programme was broadcast Ms.
Cullinane posted online a photo of a receipt, dated October 22nd, relating to a
submission for an application to register a company called POE LIMITED. The
name was not the People of Éire, as had been stated on camera. The Companies
Registration Office has confirmed after the broadcast that no such company, POE
LIMITED, had been registered or pending. The CRO confirms that a submission
to register such a company was received on October 22nd, but was rejected for
various reasons, including that the proposed company name was not ‘sufficiently
distinctive’.

The broadcaster states that subsequent posting by Ms. Cullinane of an email from
an internet company selling Irish company registrations does not confirm that any
company was formed, much less give it a name.


That was the Prime Time special where she was filmed with a crooked struck off solicitor named Gibbons who was the 'legal' person for this company of hers that did not exist. Naturally she was trying to get money off people, Freeman style on the night.

further down

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In this regard, the question of Mr. Gilroy’s and Ms. Cullinane’s affiliation to the
Freeman Movement and philosophy was directly posed to both and each denied that they
were members of the Freeman Movement, while also stating that they saw value in the
ambitions of this movement and its associated philosophy.

The Committee also found that the complainant did not substantiate the view that the
examination of the company structure for the ‘People of Éire’ was unfair. In this regard, the
Committee also noted that Ms. Cullinane was afforded ample opportunity to address the
issues examined in respect of this company and that information regarding the status of
this company was provided by the Companies Registration Office.


complaint struck out.

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