People will be jailed for his refusal not to encroach on farmland in the centre of a bitter row

  • People will be jailed for his refusal not to encroach on farmland in the centre of a bitter row
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    The high court has jailed a farmer for his refusal to obey orders to invade or come within 100m of land in County Wexford.
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The high court has jailed a farmer for his refusal to obey orders to invade or come within 100m of land in County Wexford.

The judge said Bernard Barton he was satisfied that Mr John Kinsella had been “continuously ignored” orders previously granted by the court in respect of the lands in in Lodgewood ferns, and was in contempt of court.

The judge ruled that the police arrest Mr. Kinsella, who was not present in court, and transmit it to prison as he prepares to purge his contempt by agreeing to obey orders.

Mr. Kinsella was brought before the high court at the end of last month, detectives arising from its failure to comply with the injunction obtained against him grower John B. Dockrell Ltd, which owns the land.

After spending several hours in custody Garda Mr Kinsella, who has not been formally introduced, have been released, and the case was postponed so he could examine the documents and to take advice.

It was delayed at the request of Mr. Kinsella, after he gave a sworn obligation to follow orders as long as the case will return to court.

When the case returned to court on Friday judge Barton said Benedict Flionn BL John Dockrell B that Mr. Kinsella was not present, was not represented in court.

The lawyer said that there was no further interference with the land, as the case is already in court.

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The lawyer said Friday morning the cars Mr. Kinsella blocked entrances to the ground.

The lawyer said Mr. Kinsella was fully aware of this issue was due in court to deal with his contempt and was not done to address the issues.

The judge said Barton can be “no doubt that Mr. Kinsella knew that the matter was adjourned on Friday the hearing,” and has not appeared.

The judge acknowledged that Mr. Kinsella did not address the allegations that he was in contempt, and she continues to be in contravention of an order made in respect of a farmer.

The orders that were given last April, to prevent Mr. Kinsella Ballywilliamroe, Marshalstown, Enniscorthy. to approach closer than 100 meters from the ground, from interfering with the property and from blocking and countering any input to earth.

The company to seek orders because he could not obtain access to around 150 acres of land, purchased in June 2017 in ferns, County Wexford in connection with the actions of Mr. Kinsella.

Company Monroe, screen, Enniscorthy, County Wexford, says Mr. Kinsella, entered the land without permission and illegally plowed land.

He also claims that the gates were chained to large concrete blocks prevent the movements of the earth, and cars were used to block the entrance to the land outside.

Large signs referring to the “vulture funds and land grabbers” and threatening that “trespassers will be shot” was built on farmland, the court also heard.

The company claims that the actions of Mr. Kinsella to cause financial losses.

The court heard that Mr Kinsella said in a letter to the company lawyer that he “did not recognize” the function of the high court or the land registry, adding that both entities “use and use recognized by the corrupt judicial functions.”

Mr. Kinsella also said in his letter that he is “a tribal Council (SIC), namely, HY Cinnsealach family and friends to the Tribunal” the day the plaintiff “broke into my land and uprooted acres of “our common harvest.”

The letter added that the Tribunal has ruled that John Dockrell B “again trespassing on my land and caused damage to acres of our shared harvest”, which “does not sit well with me, no common tribes.”

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