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Why would it cause a 'media circus'?

Irish college bosses told parents that an alleged rape complaint needed to be kept quiet to avoid 'media circus'

College bosses told parents that the alleged rape of a teenage girl needed to be kept under wraps to prevent “a media circus”.

In an email seen by the Irish Mirror, Colaiste Lurgan in Galway eventually wrote to parents to explain why they were not contacted.

Gardai confirmed they are investigating the alleged sexual assault.

It is understood that a 17-year-old male is accused of attacking the 15-year-old girl in a disabled toilet on campus.

The document, signed by principal Micheal O Foighil, read: “We were asked /instructed not to comment/make statements or distribute info regarding the incident.

“Firstly, because it would be improper and secondly to avoid creating a media circus. To conform with this instruction, we decided not to email parents directly.”

The college claimed students were offered counselling but denied telling students not to tell their parents.

It then said it received an “avalanche of phone calls”. Mr O Foighil added: “All we can confirm is nobody in the Colaiste, either staff or student [current] is [implicated] in this alleged incident.

“The appropriate thing to do is to give every co-operation whilst not prejudging or undermining their work in any way.

“To this end we must not/cannot comment in any way.

Irish college told parents alleged rape complaint needed to be kept under wraps
 
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Why would it cause a 'media circus'?

Irish college bosses told parents that an alleged rape complaint needed to be kept quiet to avoid 'media circus'

College bosses told parents that the alleged rape of a teenage girl needed to be kept under wraps to prevent “a media circus”.

In an email seen by the Irish Mirror, Colaiste Lurgan in Galway eventually wrote to parents to explain why they were not contacted.

Gardai confirmed they are investigating the alleged sexual assault.

It is understood that a 17-year-old male is accused of attacking the 15-year-old girl in a disabled toilet on campus.

The document, signed by principal Micheal O Foighil, read: “We were asked /instructed not to comment/make statements or distribute info regarding the incident.

“Firstly, because it would be improper and secondly to avoid creating a media circus. To conform with this instruction, we decided not to email parents directly.”

The college claimed students were offered counselling but denied telling students not to tell their parents.

It then said it received an “avalanche of phone calls”. Mr O Foighil added: “All we can confirm is nobody in the Colaiste, either staff or student [current] is [implicated] in this alleged incident.

“The appropriate thing to do is to give every co-operation whilst not prejudging or undermining their work in any way.

“To this end we must not/cannot comment in any way.

Irish college told parents alleged rape complaint needed to be kept under wraps

Sounds like it was one of those fellows with a good tan.
 
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John Creedon samples the African stew in Balbriggan

Another example of RTE squandering licence fee money on propaganda, between this prick in Balbriggan and the gay hotelier touring South Africa with a bunch of fools in the ''holiday of a lifetime'', I really wish RTE would become an opt in service so I don't have to fund it.
 
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This is what Multiculters support - they are hate-filled anti-Irish scum.

IRISH HOMELESS SLEEPING UNDER THE NEW BRIDGE - WHILE 60 REFUGEES HOUSED.

Families who have been sleeping rough underneath the new bridge in Kilkenny City say they’ve been told they have to be gone this morning.

Two homeless families have been sleeping in tents there – one of them from Kilkenny and the other from Athlone.

Homeless mother Lisa says they were approached by Gardaí yesterday who told them they have until 11 o’clock this morning to move on because of noise complaints from neighbours.
Lisa said on local radio that they’re at a loss as to where to go next.
The woman who rang the gardai complaining about the homeless sleeping under the new bridge is the self-same woman who opposed the building of the new bridge and who is an international socialist member of the Green Party in Kilkenny.
Meanwhile up to sixty immigrants have been housed in council houses by Kilkenny County Council while no councillor or TD has opened their mouths about this .
The London Metropolitan Police don't move on the homeless sleeping rough, Kilkenny Gardai please note well!
President Assad of Syria has made a statement welcoming all Syrians to now return home in Peace.

The Kilkenny Journal
 
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Any person supporting Multiculturalism has blood of the Irish on their hands and should be prosecuted for treason. If guilty the leaders of immigration-invasion should be given death penalty with minor supporters given life or exiled to the 3rd world countries they champion - they certainly live in majority white privilieged areas and do not experience the violence and shit consequences they impose on the those who do.

INDEPENDENT COUNCILLOR MELISSA O'NEILL DEFENDS INCOMERS BEING HOUSED INSTEAD OF LOCALS.

Luckily she's tipped to lose her seat next May after being chucked out of Sinn Fein who helped get her elected last time out - and there's one seat less in her Piltown electoral area next time out. Melissa is a favourite with the punters to drop out.

She shows no concern at all with Irish people being put out of their houses to make way for Incomers - we only highlighted such a case in Piltown a few days ago where an Irish tenant and his family were given Notice to Quit after the Council had bought the house and an Incomer family was put into the house instead of them.
The Irish family was very very lucky to find a smaller house just down the road for themselves.

Melissa O'Neill was also video'd assaulting a young girl, a neighbour, that appeared on the national newspaper sites , and we had it on the Kilkenny Journal. Granted the assault was not a serious lone , more of pushing the girl and shouting at her in a threatening manner.
She was found guilty by Sinn Fein and expelled by them from the party . And now she's backing up the Incomers being housed in houses where the Irish are under Notice to Quit.
In this report she is at it again.
Widespread evictions to make way for the Incomers are now feared throughout Kilkenny and Ireland.
Melissa lives in Ferrybank and is from Limerick. She has to contest the local elections next year as an independent after her expulsion from Sinn Fein.


Cllr Michael Sheehan raised concerns about a disconnect between Wexford and Kilkenny County Councils which saw 14 and not ten refugee families allocated housing in the New Ross.

Cllr Sheehan questioned the level of communication between the Piltown and New Ross municipal districts, drawing members' attention to a housing estate in Rosbercon where Kilkenny County Council bought houses. He said tenants were displaced and new tenants, Syrian refugees, were given the houses.
'Quite a stir was created in New Ross where people were being turned out of their houses and replaced by other people.

Communication key to helping refugees settle - Independent.ie
 
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''4 families put into one estate and they fit fantastically well'' How many people were in those 4 families and how many more will they bring over as part of the family reunification scheme? Where will they put the ones they bring over as part of the reunification scheme? Will the council be looking for properties in that estate to buy so that they can turn that into a Muslim ghetto for these families? It's absurd to say we are now getting so many of these people that there isn't a single small town in Ireland that doesn't have at least 3 Muslim migrant families. That is a minimum of 3 houses for every single small town in Ireland that is removed from the market that could be allocated to homeless Irish families at a time when homelessness is like an epidemic here.
 
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