Tuesday December 1, 2020

Indifference lies at heart of state’s stance on abuse

Wanton damage has been done to the institutions of the state in the crisis over sex abuse and Mr A over the last few days.

3rd June, 2006

Wanton damage has been done to the institutions of the state in the crisis over sex abuse and Mr A over the last few days. The government and the Oireachtas have engaged in what is little more than a stunt to assuage public outrage. The Supreme Court has also devised a response to that outrage, in deciding that it is acceptable to imprison a person who commits an offence that does not exist.

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