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Two letters sent by a member of the Molloy family requesting a meeting have been totally ignored by Archbishop Martin. In previous correspondence he said he could not get involved because there was a Garda investigation. When that was concluded his excuse was that the case was now Political and he could not get involved.
Is the Very Reverend Archbishop saying that the Catholic Church does not get involved or express an opinion on matters that might be “Political” ?????????
A letter sent to Minister Alan Shatter almost a month ago has not been replied to. A letter was sent on behalf of the family to the Minister on November the 7th requesting a meeting with him to discuss my uncle Niall’s case following his statement on Nov. 5th.
However the Department of Justice did contact a Journalist stating that the Minister was considering if it would be useful to meet the family.
A further letter was sent to the Minister on December 2nd. Below is part of that letter which also has not been even acknowledged :-
“Having considered your statement which had been provided to the media, I emailed you at the Department of Justice on the 7th of November last, seeking a meeting with you in relation to the matter, and I requested an acknowledgement of my email. To date, I have not even had the courtesy of an acknowledgement of my email, but the Roscommon Herald has since been informed by the Department of Justice that the Department had received a request from the family for a meeting and that you were considering whether such a meeting would be “useful”. Clearly the media are deemed to be more important than the family of Niall Molloy in Government circles.
I trust that you have by now concluded your consideration of the proposal for such a meeting, and accordingly I await hearing from you. “