Law Society of Ireland – update 17/7/24

On page 3 –  file one more time (pgs 1-17 of 17)  …. 5th post:………. the victim wrote and we transfer a part of it to this section Law Society of Ireland..….

“Michael J. Kennedy, if the case does not be closed within the 14-day period the foregoing paragraph points to (by 28th July 2023 – Friday) this 15-page letter will be posted immediately on Saturday morning (29th July 2023)…Apart from it, more steps are being prepared ….but, all in its time!”  The criminals ignored these words and the victim resorted simultaneously  to address the institutions he pointed to in letter warning Mr Kennedy that he would do it. This is the same file from 5th post… the letter that Law Society of Ireland received on 9th August 2023 at 09:28 (see Figure one, Figure two and see also pages 19 and 20 of this letter). We remind Law Society of Ireland, 48th time, that international public is expecting them to finally take steps and start finding solution for this issue. We also remind its director – criminal to have a look at Sections 7 and 8 in Criminal Law Act, 1997.

It is notable that from then (9th August 2023) until today (17th July 2024) three hundred and forty days have gone by and the victim is still waiting to hear from Law Society of Ireland whether they have taken some steps to solve this issue. If they have some findings then principles of etiquette impose that Law Society of Ireland notify the victim what they have found out. If officers of this institution have not done any investigation then principles of etiquette impose that they inform the victim about it and explain why they have not done any inquiry. If what happened does not fall within the remit of their institution then rules of good behaviour say it would be nice to notify the victim about it.

After all we will regularly and persistently remind gentlemen from Law Society of Ireland that it would be nice to notify the victim what is happening with content of the file they received on 9th August 2023 at 09:28. Apart from it we will continue reminding its director – criminal, to have a careful look at…..

1.  Sections 7 and 8 in Criminal Law Act, 1997    2. Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001 – particularly at: PART 2 – THEFT AND RELATED OFFENCES (Section 4 – Theft and Section 10 – False Accounting)   3. Solicitors Act, 1954  – PART III – The Disciplinary Committee (Section 13 – Disciplinary Committee and Section 14 – Applications to Disciplinary Committee)   4. Criminal Justice Act, 2006 – PART 7ORGANIZED CRIME!

The Court of International Public will certainly need the foregoing acts when we start, in the course of and particularly after we end uploading the huge amount of horrific evidence material testifying what this organized crime network have perpetrated. Our office continue investigation…..

 

Figure one

 

 

Figure two

 

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