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woman who dropped her underwear in jail loses case

by:Kenwei      2019-09-08
A woman claimed that she had been told to take off her jeans during a security check at Castlerea prison and had accidentally dropped her underwear, and that her damages lawsuit had been lost.
Nataliya Matviyenko, 39, Russian
She said Ukrainian, claiming that a prison official told her to take off her jeans because they had decorative metal buttons on them and then went through the metal detector while visiting her husband.
Yesterday, the judge, Mr. Paul Gilligan, said he accepted Matviyenko\'s MS to \"truly believe\" that she was asked to take off her jeans, and that, in fact, the prison officials wanted her to take off her shoes.
The judge said that he could not accept that the state had violated her duty of care, because it was not reasonably foreseeable that she would respond in the manner she did so.
In this case, the judge dismissed her case. googletag. {});
She sued the governor of Castlerea prison, the Irish prison authority and the Minister of Justice for damages resulting from negligence and breach of duty alleged in connection with the incident of May 6, 2009.
The claim was rejected.
Find more content like this. The mother of the two children, leas na Coville, Ballybane of Galway, claimed that she had put some coats in the tray as instructedray machine.
Before she passed the metal detector, she said she showed prison officials metal nails or buttons on jeans.
She claimed that the police officer told her to take her pants off and she thought it meant taking them off and she agreed.
She claimed that she had dropped her pants to her knees and that the process had accidentally pulled down her underwear.
Prison official Ciaran Croghan said there was never a request for Matviyenko to take her pants off MS.
He said she was asked to put her coat on the tray. googletag. {});
He said that Matviyenko had dropped her pants MS after she asked to take off her shoes.
He was \"shocked.
James Kelly, his senior officer, was called to the scene.
When he asked her why she took off her pants, he told the court that she replied that she was \"sorry\" and that \"it should not be done \".
In his ruling, the judge accepted that the woman was a \"sincere man\" who had a \"true faith\" and that she was asked to take off her jeans.
The judge did not accept that she had taken off her jeans in order to \"insult officer Crohan or anyone else.
For the country, Conor Electric said it did not seek costs.
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