Protesters rallied yesterday outside government offices in Dublin to demand that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) stop shielding child rapists in the Catholic church, and threatening citizens who demand action.

Gerry O'Donovan, a member of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS), joined with Kevin Flanagan, Dave O'Brien and others in delivering a formal letter of protest to the government because of the DPP's refusal to bring charges against a Catholic priest, "Brother B", who has raped at least nine girls.

The protesters also pointed out that the DPP has even threatened to sue anyone who demands the prosecution of suspected child raping priests.

According to O'Donovan,
"In the DPP's letter to me it says 'Under Section 6 of the Prosecution of Offences Act 1974, it is against the law to write to the Director to ask him to either stop or not to prosecute a case.' Me, Dave, Kevin and others have broken that law by writing to him as it is considered to be 'improper'. ".
O'Donovan also read from a statement issued by Kevin Annett for the ITCCS Executive, which announced the intention of the ITCCS Tribunal to investigate the DPP's actions when it convenes next September in London.

The Irish group is planning a similar protest tomorrow in Cork. For more information contact the ITCCS at .

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"We will bring to light the hidden works of darkness and drive falsity to the bottomless pit. For all doctrines founded in fraud or nursed by fear shall be confounded by Truth." - Kevin's ancestor Peter Annett, writing in The Free Inquirer, October 17, 1761, just before being imprisoned by the English crown for "blasphemous libel"