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Orlared GOFUNDME FOR CARRAIGALINE VICTIM WAS SET-UP AS A FRONT BY FAR-RIGHT GROUP CLAIMS PJ COOGAN ON 96FM

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PJ Coogan on 96FM claims the Gofundme set up yesterday in aid of the victim of the savage stabbing incident in Carraigaline was set up "as a front by a far-right group".

"And there was a Gofundme flying yesterday as well purportedly set up for the victim. In fact it had nothing to do with the victim. It was set up as a front by a far-right group and when a little bit of investigation was done, it was taken down."

The Gofundme was set up by two members of the public whose intention was to pass on the donations to the victim. They are currently working to restore it.

Coogan thought it was also useful to mention that many of the people commenting about the incident online weren't from Cork as if that's against social etiquette now or something.

Coogan also heard that the mother of the victim was told not to look at social media in Cork University Hospital by the gardaí and the victim had his phone taken off him so he couldn't either. Consequently the mother knew nothing about the Gofundme.

Broadcast: 08 Jun 2020
 

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So the 'far right" connection is exactly?
 

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PJ Coogan on 96FM claims the Gofundme set up yesterday in aid of the victim of the savage stabbing incident in Carraigaline was set up "as a front by a far-right group".

"And there was a Gofundme flying yesterday as well purportedly set up for the victim. In fact it had nothing to do with the victim. It was set up as a front by a far-right group and when a little bit of investigation was done, it was taken down."

The Gofundme was set up by two members of the public whose intention was to pass on the donations to the victim. They are currently working to restore it.

Coogan thought it was also useful to mention that many of the people commenting about the incident online weren't from Cork as if that's against social etiquette now or something.

Coogan also heard that the mother of the victim was told not to look at social media in Cork University Hospital by the gardaí and the victim had his phone taken off him so he couldn't either. Consequently the mother knew nothing about the Gofundme.

Broadcast: 08 Jun 2020
Anyone not ok with allowing their son to be stabbed by black monsters are 'far right' 😂😂😂
 
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