It is with great sadness that we confirm that Patrick Cullinane, the famous Common Law Lawyer, has passed away at the age of 66 years.
Concerned neighbours who had not seen Patrick for a couple of days alerted police to his home last Saturday where he was found deceased from a massive stroke.
Funeral Mass is expected to be in a couple of weeks time at Harrow and he will be buried in Ireland.
The people’s hero. . .
Patrick Cullinane was considered to be one of the leading activists representing the interests of the people throughout the UK and Ireland. Despite his own longstanding issues involving HMRC, the theft of his home and the determination to expose the establishment, Patrick worked tirelessly in looking after the everyday citizen “24-7-365” and was never afraid of any confrontation with authority – always prepared to stand and be counted, looking after his clients’ interests. He will be missed.
Dafydd Morgan says “I have known Patrick Cullinane for over ten years and have worked with him on many projects that were near to his heart. He was well respected by the communities here in the UK, Ireland and Internationally for his respect of human rights, Magna Carta and the rule of law. I have spoken to Patrick’s family and commiserated with them in their sudden and tragic loss. We will notify you further when we have any news updates in relation to the funeral arrangements.”
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Patrick’s story is the 17th in the collection I created with a view to grouping cases to change the law.
- 13 judges were to blame in his case alone!
In 2003, Philip Inman wrote in The Guardian This man was right all along.
Patrick certainly died knowing that he tried his best! For only those who’ve been hit and hurt themselves KNOW the difference between the myth of justice and the reality of corruption – at all levels: law and law enforcement, courts, lawyers, police, prisons.
Patrick addressed one of our meetings on 23 April 2009: