As Boston College’s appeal to limit the handover of interviews from its Belfast Project IRA archive begins in front of the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston tomorrow (Fri, EST), lawyers for researchers Ed Moloney and Anthony McIntyre will be separately applying to courts in Belfast and Boston to stay the handover of interviews given by the former IRA activist, Dolours Price.
In Belfast, solicitor Kevin Winters will be seeking a High Court injunction tomorrow morning (Fri, 10:00 a.m. GMT) preventing the PSNI from accessing any interviews that may be handed over by the US authorities prior to a hearing for a Judicial Review of the PSNI subpoenas which were served on Boston College via the United States Department of Justice. The application for a Judicial Review is scheduled to be heard on September 14th.
In Boston, attorneys Eamonn Dornan and JJ Cotter have filed a motion
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