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Shell to Sea protestors invite Gardaí to public meeting

11 March 2011

Shell to Sea and Rossport Solidarity Camp have invited senior members of Belmullet Garda Station to attend a public meeting instead of holding talks behind closed doors.

This was in response to an invitation by senior members of the Garda station to meet and discuss policing concerns in relation to the proposed Corrib Project.

Terence Conway, spokesperson for Shell to Sea has said Gardaí have a duty to talk to people and not hold private discussions behind closed doors. and its sister non-profit websites,,,,,, and are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.

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