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Mike Burke

2012-2017, Ce que veulent les Français Styles de vie. Entreprise, démondialisation, parité, famille, gouvernance, travail, communautés, Internet, santé, école, médias, multinationale, médiateurs, immigration, bioéthique, justice, vie privée

Bernard Cathelat, Mike Burke, Robert Ebguy, Sandrine Cathelat, Denis Quénard, Cercle Sésame

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A propos de l'auteur

Mike Burke is a working man, a trade union activist and an uncle of Barry George, the man convicted and eventually cleared of the murder of the BBC TV presenter Jill Dando. Mike lived in London for some years in the 1970s and throughout the ’80s, working in a variety of jobs including security, public transport, and the BBC. He took a casual interest in some of the high-profile criminal justice cases of the times, such as the Bridgewater Three, the murder of political activist Hilda Murrell, and the many Irish cases. He left London in 1990 and returned to rural Limerick, Ireland. He is a keen reader and enjoys walking with his dogs in rain, hail, or shine. In the year 2000, Mike was still trusting of the criminal justice system, thinking if one had nothing to hide, one had nothing to fear. But he was so much younger then; he’s older, wiser now.