Ben Gilroy, proves receivers were invalidly appointed and were trespassers at law
By Direct Democracy Ireland
This week saw major success in the high court after a year of legal wrangles with ACC bank and receivers from grant Thornton, Ben Gilroy of Direct Democracy Ireland and Paul McPhilips completed an 11 day trial and won on all 54 points. They both proved that the receivers were invalidly appointed and were trespassers at law and were not entitled to the injunction they got. They were entitled to costs and damages.
This follows a long line of successes for Ben Gilroy like last year in High Court when he and another member of Direct Democracy Ireland Colin Ryan, as plaintiff, presented a case against a bank to the President of the High Court. The case involved a number of issues of alleged fraud, and during the course of the hearing multiple breaches of banking regulations and related statutes were proven to have taken place. However the most important of all the issues raised revealed new evidence of a serious and well orchestrated collusion at the highest levels between the banks, the regulator, and government, in an effort to cover up the cause and the criminal culpability of the banking crash.
The intent of the conspiracy appears to have been to hide habitual serious breaches by the banks over many years; and to protect all of the aforementioned parties after they had continued to mislead, and later disenfranchise, the people. It also appears to have been used to protect them in the fallout from, what they must have known from the evidence presented, was the inevitable banking crash and bailout; with all three failing in their fiduciary duty of care to the people.
After hearing the evidence the President of the High Court congratulated the two men for presenting such a good case and made a special point of suggesting that they should make an application to be on the banking inquiry, such was the gravity of the evidence they had presented to the court. They did not push the President to direct this action.
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