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Comment #913852 by Kevin Maher

Kevin Maher Feb 5th 2013, 9:25 PM #

After WW2 in Germany they had special trials. When found guilty, the outcome for the perpetrators was not good. We need something similar here. Proper trials. Teams of police/miltary go to the institutions in question and take all documentation. No asking just take it. Peruse it. Find the guilty ones. Then prison. That is the way it should be. Problem is these criminals have had a heads up and all the evidence will/has been destroyed. Similar to the heads up the criminal bankers were given by politicians , so that they could sign property and valuables to their spouses, and avoid punishment. These criminals have to be taken to task. The government has to compensate these women. The wrongs have to be made right as much as they can be.

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In numbers: the report into the State's role in the Magdalene Laundries

In numbers: the report into the State's role in the Magdalene Laundries

A selection of numerical statistics drawn from the Inter-Departmental report, and about the report itself.

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