Three men were caught trespassing on land with the help of combines and tractors to walk free from court

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    Three Wexford men found working harvesters on land in the centre of the high court was released from the four courts after agreeing to stay away from the hotel.
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Three Wexford men found working harvesters on land in the centre of the high court was released from the four courts after agreeing to stay away from the hotel.

Three, Michael and Patrick Kinsella with both Tomadilly Marshalstown Wexford, and Fergus Kinsella Tombrack, ferns, co Wexford was taken to court in police officers for their alleged failure to obey the orders should not cross or come within 100m of the land in in Lodgewood ferns, County Wexford.

On Thursday, the Supreme Court, justice Michael Twomey said Morgan Shelley BL for landowner John B. Dockrell Ltd that three men, their combines, tractors and trailers were found harvesting corn on the lands police on Tuesday this week.

Three, who the lawyer said had no right to be on earth, associated with John Kinsella, a former owner of the land that is the subject of a high court bans do not disrupt or interfere with the land in question.

John Kinsella was twice in prison for his failure to comply with the instructions that were protected from him, his servants and agents, and anyone who has notice of the orders.

Michael Kinsella-brother John Kinsella, while Fergus and Patrick are cousins John Kinsella, the court heard.

The lawyer said that the actions of the three men on the land was a “gross violation” of the terms of the regulations resulting from the motion seeking to have them brought before the police court and jailed on charges of contempt of court.

When the case went before a judge Thursday morning the court heard the men refused with contempt or have knowledge of the prescriptions obtained from their relative John Kinsella.

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However, the three men were released on Thursday Afternoon after their lawyer, Mr. John McCoy BL said they were prepared to give a commitment not to encroach on the land and will carry out orders previously made by the high court.

Thursday’s meeting was the last Chapter of the proceedings concerning lands in in Lodgewood ferns.

Earlier this month, Mr. John Kinsella, spending several hours in prison, Mountjoy prison, was released from custody after he gave the undertaking to comply with the orders issued in April last year.

He was sentenced to prison after he was found in contempt of the order preventing 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.

John B. Dockrell Ltd., which grows vegetables, sought the orders because he claimed he was unable to access about 150 acres of land the company acquired in June 2017 due to the actions of John Kinsella.

He argued, the gates to the property were chained to large concrete blocks, various vehicles used to block access to and from the ground.

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.

Company Monroe, screen, Enniscorthy, County Wexford, also claimed that John Kinsella, who previously owned the land, entered the property without his permission and illegally plowed land.

These cases must return to the court Oct.

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