Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2002 9:44 AM
Subject: State activities which are unconstitutional.
Dear Mr Dubsky,
I was pleased to learn of your success in the High Court last
Your "constitutional challenge" appears to me to be a very valid
and worthwhile one; and, the fact that Mr
Justice Finnegan thinks you have a point
comes as a very pleasant surprise to me.
It's too bad though that you have to go to such lengths, and to take
such risks to make your point (and be
Why should anyone have to be arrested and taken to court to make the
point that the State is possibly breaking
the law? - when there are several people
being paid large sums of taxpayers money who have
job responsibilities to
ensure that the State does not act unconstitutionally.
Like many others I suspect, I greatly admire the courageous and
thoughtful stand you are taking.
In connection with some different matters (including Waste Management
Amendment Act 2001), I am also attempting to challenge the
constitutionality of certain State
activities here in the Republic of Ireland. If interested,
please see www page location:
Mr William (Billy) Finnerty.