Copy-telegram from Thomas Foran, president of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, to Patrick Ennis concerning James Larkin's trial and a charge of larceny brought against him by Simon Punche,
[1920 May 6].
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|Main Creator:||Foran, Thomas, 1883-1951|
Foran claims the British Government have refused to allow Larkin's return to Ireland, that Punche's charge is a "frame-up" and that the public are "satisfied entirely" that Larkin is innocent of any charge.
The original telegram may be found at 15,678/2/12.
Addressed from "Liberty Hall (Dublin" to "69 Downing Street, New York".
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