§ 47. Mr. GALBRAITH
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether it is still intended to bring to trial the 26 cadets discharged by General Crozier in connection with the Trim looting?
§ Major M. WOOD
If there is no evidence against them, are they to be allowed indefinitely going on doing no duty and drawing pay?
Is the right hon. Gentleman forgetful of the fact that General Crozier, their Commanding Officer at the time, thought there was sufficient evidence to drive them out of the force and send them to England?
Why, if there is no evidence against them, did he drive them out of the force, and send them over to England until they were recalled by General Tudor?