HC Deb 03 July 1916 vol 83 c1203
85. Mr. GRAHAM

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that Matthew Horan, of Blackrock, Dublin, who is at present interned in Frongoch, was home with his parents in Tullamore on leave from Easter Sunday last until 5th May, and could not possibly have taken any part in the revolt in Dublin; will he say whether the constabulary authorities in Tullamore gave him a pass to enable him to return to Dublin; on what charge is he detained; and whether he has already received full evidence showing conclusively that Mr. Horan did not nor could not have taken any part in the revolt referred to?


The prisoner will be able to lay all the facts of his case before the Advisory Committee.