A prototype of the FoldiMate laundry folder in action.
The production version will probably cost around €800 but damn look at it go.
Scenes outside the Dail last night following Enda Kenny’s apology on behalf of the state to the women that worked in the Magdalene Laundries.
From top: Angela Downey, whose mother was a survivor from Good Shepherd; Gabrielle O’Gorman, who was incarcerated at the Sean MacDermott magdalen laundry, escaped but subsequently caught and then brought to another laundry in Limerick; Maureen Sullivan, and sisters Mary McManus and Kathleen Jannette, who were in Stanhope Street; Marina Gambold, Maureen Sullivan, Mary McManus, Kathleen Jannette, Steven O’Riordan, Geraldine Cronin and Julie McClure; Diane Croghan, Josephine Meade, Mary Smith and Kathleen Jannette; Mary McManus and Maureen Sullivan and Mary McManus, left, and Kathleen Jannette.
This happened in the 1920s.
And they still won’t name the judge.
Now, that‘s power.
Magdalene Report here