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This sick sick f****** should be thrown back to wherever it was she crawled out from



Mr Coffey said his client has a Irish passport and had been admitted to a psychiatric unit.
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This sick sick f****** should be thrown back to wherever it was she crawled out from Executed!



"Garda Aishling Carroll told Judge McHugh that she was objecting to bail. She said it would be alleged that the woman, a mother-of-five, poured boiling water over one of her twin sons while she was on a supervised access visit from hospital.

Sergeant Geraldine McManigan said there was a fear that the accused would interfere with witnesses.

She said it would be alleged the woman made a number of threats to kill her children while on the access visit.

Gda Carroll told the woman's solicitor, Damien Coffey, that the woman had come to Ireland in 2002 and her husband had since left the country.

A Tusla worker told the court that she took the woman on a supervised access visit from the hospital to her home.

"She repeatedly asked me for access alone with her twin sons," she said.

"At one point she went in the kitchen with one of the boys. Then I heard the child crying.

"I went into the kitchen and she had flicked boiling water at the boy's face and head. He has 18pc scalds and is in intensive care with a tube in his mouth.

"The child was scalded. He was soaking wet. He was boiling hot.

"She said she wanted to kill her children and picked up a knife.

"The front door was locked but I opened it and then she locked it again.

"She was clearly saying that she wanted to kill her children."


Mr Coffey said his client has a Irish passport and had been admitted to a psychiatric unit.

Refusing bail, Judge McHugh said he was satisfied on the balance of probability that the woman would interfere with witnesses and that she represents a flight risk."
 

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"Garda Aishling Carroll told Judge McHugh that she was objecting to bail. She said it would be alleged that the woman, a mother-of-five, poured boiling water over one of her twin sons while she was on a supervised access visit from hospital.

Sergeant Geraldine McManigan said there was a fear that the accused would interfere with witnesses.

She said it would be alleged the woman made a number of threats to kill her children while on the access visit.

Gda Carroll told the woman's solicitor, Damien Coffey, that the woman had come to Ireland in 2002 and her husband had since left the country.

A Tusla worker told the court that she took the woman on a supervised access visit from the hospital to her home.

"She repeatedly asked me for access alone with her twin sons," she said.

"At one point she went in the kitchen with one of the boys. Then I heard the child crying.

"I went into the kitchen and she had flicked boiling water at the boy's face and head. He has 18pc scalds and is in intensive care with a tube in his mouth.

"The child was scalded. He was soaking wet. He was boiling hot.

"She said she wanted to kill her children and picked up a knife.

"The front door was locked but I opened it and then she locked it again.

"She was clearly saying that she wanted to kill her children."


Mr Coffey said his client has a Irish passport and had been admitted to a psychiatric unit.

Refusing bail, Judge McHugh said he was satisfied on the balance of probability that the woman would interfere with witnesses and that she represents a flight risk."
 

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So a young lad gets his head kicked and his bike stolen and the Green Party organise a public meeting to “STOP BIKE THEFT”
WTF

thefts like these on young people in north Dublin have become so bad recently that councillor Caroline Conroy has organised a community meeting. (STOP BIKE THEFT)
The meeting will discuss how the community can stop bike theft, Councillor Conroy said: “The meeting about bike theft takes place on Tuesday at 7:30pm. That reported incident is awful.”
She added: “This is why I organised the meeting, this matter is not being taken seriously. I hope the victims involved are okay and get their things back.”
 
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