Sunday, April 7, 2013

Ciaran Tobin case nears closure (or so we hope)

"Public Administration and Justice Minister Tibor Navracsics said at a joint press conference with the girls’ father last Friday that the Irish authorities had accepted his assurances Francis Ciaran Tobin would be allowed to transfer to an Irish jail. But he must first hand himself over to the Hungarian authorities."
"Navracsics was quoted as saying by state news agency MTI. “We do not insist that he serve out his sentence, or the remainder of it, in Hungary. But we do insist that a crime not go unpunished,” he said."
We are awaiting for Mr. Tobin to make this crucial move, one that is long, long overdue. And at this point, allow us to refer back to one of our earlier posts.

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