§ 20. Mr. GINNELL
asked whether Mr. W. V. Harrell, dismissed from the Dublin police force for having initiated the illegal proceedings which resulted in the slaying of innocent civilians by British soldiers in the streets of Dublin last July, is now employed by the War Office in connection with the administration of the Defence of the Realm Act in Ireland; and, if so, who certifies his fitness for that position and his appointment as prudent?
§ 63. Mr. GINNELL
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland if he will say where, in what position, for what duties, and at what remuneration, Mr. W. V. Harrell, who was found guilty of the illegal proceedings that led to the slaying of several innocent civilians by British soldiers in the streets of Dublin in July, 1914, and was for that offence dismissed from the public service, is now again employed by the Irish Government; and what precautions have been taken for the protection of the public against him?
§ Mr. BIRRELL
The gentleman referred to in this question is not in the employment of the Irish Government.