‘My court horror’

Dowling (Turner) - blasphemy

Martyn Turner recalls his brave stand against Ireland’s blasphemy laws IT WAS 1995. The phone rang. It happens. It was The Irish Times. “You are being sued for blasphemy.” “So what?” I responded, “That’s the price you pay for creating hard-hitting editorial cartoons that challenge the very foundations of Catholic oppression.” As always, the editor... Read more »

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