Catalogue description Edward DAVOREN and Joseph O'NEILL: convicted of inciting an unlawful assembly and...

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Opening date: 01 January 2055

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Details of MEPO 26/340
Reference: MEPO 26/340

Edward DAVOREN and Joseph O'NEILL: convicted of inciting an unlawful assembly and criminal libel of police officers, following a demonstration in Islington, London N1, on 15 March 1971 to mark the death of Stephen McCARTHY in police custody.

Note: The naming of a defendant within this catalogue does not imply guilt
Date: 1971 Jan 01 - 1971 Dec 31
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: CR 204/71/3
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Closed Or Retained Document, Open Description
Access conditions: Closed For 83 years
FOI decision date: 2008
Exemption: Personal information where the applicant is a 3rd party
Explanation: This piece contains unsubstantiated allegations of criminal activity against named individuals. The youngest was aged 17.
Record opening date: 01 January 2055

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