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Comment #745457 by Annie

Annie Nov 21st 2012, 11:53 PM #

Their record on gendercide and treatment of women in general but that’s forgotten here. Throwing stones In a glass house? And as Iv read it said before- the irish law has to apply to people here in Ireland. If an Irish person committed murder in India they wud be condemned to death, Irish or not! What makes them think irish law won’t apply to them because they Indian. In saying that I don’t think it was the Irish law that resulted in this woman’s death. We shall await the Result of investigation if her husband decide to comply with it that is

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