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Farmer stages prison hunger strike in CPO dispute

Posted in CPO,News oleh raprapmedan pada Oktober 16, 2008

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

A Co Clare farmer has gone on hunger strike in prison as part of a dispute over the compulsory purchase of his land.

Sixty-seven-year-old Oliver Clune, from Barefield, was jailed on Monday for contempt of a court order to stop him interfering with Clare County Council’s plans to build a new link road in Ennis.

The dispute has been ongoing for 14 years and centres on a number of issues, including the level of compensation, which is believed to be in the region of €1.8m.

Mr Clune says his hunger strike will continue until the row is resolved.





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