Transcription of a letter from [Jack Dempsey] to the editor of 'Honesty', accusing James Larkin of misappropriating and stealing funds from the Workers' Union of Ireland,
1928 June 29.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
Dempsey writes "I have made very serious charges about a number of funds amounting to large sums of money, all subscribed on Mr Larkin's appeals. I am ready to go before a committee set up on the lines mentioned and prove every thing I have stated. Why does not the Union reply to my letter? Why is Mr Larkin silent? Is he afraid to face the music?".
Transcribed by William O'Brien.
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