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amorrissey
2005-12-18 11:10:55
Mullaghanattin access
Seanokey --
After checking over last weekend with a number of the Ramblers who were present on an access route to Mullaghanattin, none remember anyone "walking near" and in fact none remember anyone other than Ramblers and local people being present. All those who were there deny there was any attempt to "deliberately walk through the farmers land to provoke a confrontation".

There was a civil discussion with a farmer about descending across a short piece of his land to a
public road, which he eventually agreed to. Nevertheless to enable us to deal with this more fully,
what evidence do you have that this was a deliberate provocation? What words do you claim were
spoken and to whom? What evidence can you present to show that you were even present as you claim?

Seanokey, you have waited nearly two years to produce these allegations and have chosen to post
them anonymously to a website. Why so long? Why anonymous? Did you contact the Ramblers with a complaint?

Ron Baker, Anne Morrissey -- (Current and next Presidents respectively of the Ramblers.)
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