Ian Bailey says he feels partially vindicated after the publication of the Fennelly Report

Ian Bailey at his home in West Cork pictured with his first collection of poetry, a book titled "The West Cork Way". Pic: John Delea.

Ian Bailey says he feels partially vindicated after the publication of the Fennelly Report.

Mr Bailey has always alleged a conspiracy that Gardai had tried to frame him for the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier in Schull in 1996.

Mr Bailey has consistently protested his innocence in relation to the murder of the French film producer.

Speaking to C103’s Cork Today programme, Mr Bailey said that an action taken by his legal team initially uncovered the taping of calls to garda stations.

He is also calling on the Taoiseach for a stand-alone investigation into the other acts and events excluded from the Fennelly Report.

 Ian also spoke to Patricia Messinger on his new poetry project while reciting one of his poems.

Listen Back to Ian Bailey on C103 this morning here:

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