Meanwhile, In Farmleigh


90363865-190363864-1Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald (left) and Garda Commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan

This afternoon.

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgeraldand Garda Commissioner Norin O Sullivan in Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park, Dublin marking Ireland’s second annual Missing Persons Day ceremony .

(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)



Lauren (left)) and Ella, nieces of Trevor Deely who went missing after leaving a Xmas party in Dublin on December 8, 2000.

(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)

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20 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Farmleigh

  1. TheQ47

    FF: “Look at her there now in her uniform, and aren’t they such lovely buttons.”
    Aide whispers in her ear.
    FF: “Of course, they all have such lovely buttons.”

    1. Clampers Outside!

      *…sh*t, don’t look left, don’t look left, hold, sing a song, a fupp, she’s looking left, hold, don’t budge, that’s some do on yer man, oh, what’s she at now, what’s so interesting over there, oh Christ, she’s smiling at me, what the f*ck has this one so smiley jaysus, don’t look, oh crap, I think I let one go, jaysus! don’t look left, hooooold…..*

  2. Anne

    What was the gathering for? Witches of the world unite?
    Stupid grin on her and she at a missing person ceremony.. like she gives a fupp.
    Something about Frances Fitzgerald irks me. It’s the condescension I think, or else the smugness, or it could be the incompetence. She’ll get on the radio and chastise the presenter, about intimidation by water protestors of IW worker, but has no figures whatsoever.
    Meanwhile, she won’t respond to letters from a family desperately seeking a response – (Fr. Molloy), but information is leaked to the media.
    Smirking hag.

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