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In the dock Anti-mask activist appears in court on public order offences

Mr Heasman, with an address at Carrowmore, Knock, Co Mayo, is charged with using threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour with intent to cause a breach of the peace.

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Andy Heasman

Andy Heasman

Andy Heasman

AN anti-mask activist has appeared in court charged with public order offences in Dublin.

Andy Heasman (41) pleaded not guilty and had his case adjourned at Dublin District Court.

Mr Heasman, with an address at Carrowmore, Knock, Co Mayo, is charged with using threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour with intent to cause a breach of the peace.

He is also charged with refusing to give gardai his name and address.

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Protestors at the CCJ

Protestors at the CCJ

Protestors at the CCJ

The offences are alleged to have happened at Ballymun Road last November 17.

Judge Ann Ryan adjourned the case to a date in February, to set a later date for hearing.

Outside the Criminal Courts of Justice, activists John Waters and Gemma O’Doherty spoke along with Mr Heasman to a group of supporters who were bearing banners and flags.

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