Today Ben Gilroy joins Open Your Mind Internet Radio. They discuss the upcoming demonstration outside Savills in Dublin, across from the largest Masonic Hall in Ireland. They discuss the ongoing troubles of Seamus Sherlock, who is time of this publication, barricaded into his farm to prevent its being taken from he and his family by receivers. They discuss Ben Gilroy’s recent encounter with Fergus Lowe the receiver.
Ben Gilroy’s Interview With OYM
One of the major things to take away from this interview is the actions of Justice Lefoy during the case of Fergus Lowe attempting to act as receiver at Stitch ‘n’ Fix in Navan, the business owned by Gerry Burns. When Gerry quite rightly did not accept the signed court order Mr. Lowe presented him with, under the advise of Ben Gilroy, Mr. Lowe returned to the high court saying that Mr. Burns was in contempt of court. Gerry was of course not in contempt of court as the court order was not signed by the high court judge who issued it. Justice Lefoy decided that Gerry was in contempt of court despite this.
Source: Open Your Mind Internet Radio. Listen to move interviews here.