This is where my argument arises out of the O'Hare case. Judges have the job of sentencing criminals, and it is also their job to decide whether such people who have been sentenced should be released from such a sentence that they have handed down.
Maybe so but you are wrong in this case.
And to answer your question no i havent!
Dessie O`Hare aka `The Border Fox`, who has served fourteen years in prison for the kidnapping and mutilation of a Dublin dentist in 1987, is being prepared for release under the Good Friday Agreement.
O`Hare and members of his gang abducted John O`Grady and held him captive for a period in 1987.
A ransom demand was issued and when Gardai failed to find it under a statue of The Blessed Virgin in Limerick Cathedral O`Hare, who had mistakenly assumed they had been stalling for more time, cut off the little finger on each of Mr O`Grady`s hands.
There then followed a desperate manhunt during which he eluded capture for a number of weeks and during which O`Hare was nicknamed the Border Fox.
As a member of the INLA he was entitled to early release from his 40 year sentence under the Good Friday Agreement and has been transferred to Castlerea Prison from Portlaoise where he has spent the past fourteen years.
This was wrote in 2002. Where are you from? Hulla