Today’s Times ireland Edition and Noel Pattern (above)
The further adventures of Noel Pattern, pro0life poster boy.
Gorugeen Fingleton writes:
Following my last post, The Times ireland edition have been in contact with Ipswich Hospital Trust.
What was confirmed is that Noel Pattern worked there for 8 months in 2000 and his employment then ceased. He was employed as a porter and as such would have had very little time in theatre.
There is no other record of him working in any capacity at Ipswich Hospital Trust.
Obviously following on from this the certificate from City and Guilds is a fake. His experience is faked. He still has provided no proof whatsoever that disputes these findings.
Further, John McGuirk, director of communications for Savethe8.ie still stands by his man, even disputing what the hospital administration says.
Again, there is no proof. He says Mr Pattern will provide the original of the City and Guilds certificate. I contend that we will never see it.
Save the 8/McGuirk called @Nursepolly a liar and threatened legal action. It strikes me that she has been considerably wronged here.
Save the 8 didn’t do even the most basic of checks on Noel Pattern before they launched their billboard campaign.
Despite all the evidence repeatedly showing that Noel Pattern is a fake and a liar they are standing by him.
Add to that that John McGuirk has not once addressed the issue of Noel Pattern’s self proclaimed criminal past (except to say that he never went to prison).
It’s amatuer hour at save the 8 towers.
Previously: Love Both