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Irish Police KIDNAPPED Him In the Middle of the Night

The man who documented a police raid against the St PiusX church in Athlone, Ireland, was arrested in the night of May 2/3. His name is Patrick.

Police told him, that they are concerned for his wellbeing and will get “medical assistance” to take him away. They protested that their April 25 storming of a church was “lawful.” Patrick was kidnapped at 3am (!) and released at 6am.

His two shocked children needed to be put into care in the middle of the night. Patrick was accused of challenging the state’s Covid regime and filming the police action.

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Ultraviolet
Murrica's Habeas Corpus for the win. Feels_good_man.jpg.
123jussi
Health is the new weapon of suppression ,they control you physically by declaring you might be contagious and if that fails they declare you crazy and put you in the nut house or re-education camp.
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Live Mike
Ask the Garda Síochána:

Who made the assessment of the alleged mental condition?
Require the identity of the individual(s)
What are the qualifications of the individual(s) to make such an assessment?
Precisely which mental condition am I suspected of having?
Upon what reasonable grounds do you claim that there is a legitimate threat to harming myself or others in accordance to section 12 of the …More
Ask the Garda Síochána:

Who made the assessment of the alleged mental condition?
Require the identity of the individual(s)
What are the qualifications of the individual(s) to make such an assessment?
Precisely which mental condition am I suspected of having?
Upon what reasonable grounds do you claim that there is a legitimate threat to harming myself or others in accordance to section 12 of the Mental Health Act, 2001?
Liam Ronan
Perfectly correct; however, you presupposed the rule of law and accessibility to a legal system which will uphold its fundamentals. Not here now sadly.
Caroline03
This is the Law they are enforcing - believe it or not!

Mental Health Act, 2001


irishstatutebook.ie/eli/2001/act/25/section/12/enacted/en/html
Liam Ronan
Thanks for the link to the Statute. It omits a definition for what constitutes "reasonable grounds".