Reginald Dunn's statement /
|Main Creator:||Dunn, Reginald, d. 1922.|
Reginald Dunn's final statement at his trial for the murder of Sir Henry Hughes Wilson. He was subsequently found guilty along with Joseph O'Sullivan and both were executed.
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London : J.H. MacDonnell, .
'Reprinted from the Irish Independent, Friday, July 21, 1922'.
Closing statement: "You may by your verdict find us guilty, but we will go to the scaffold justified by the verdict of our own consciences."
References to Anglo Irish Treaty: "We came back from France to find that self-determination had been given to some nations we had never heard of, but that it had been denied to Ireland. We found on the contrary that our country was being divided into two countries...and that under that [Belfast] government outrages were being perpetrated that are a disgrace to civilisation..."
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 26 x 20 cm.
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|ILB 300 p 4 ||Main Reading Room||Irish Large Books|
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