US pro-life couple Emily Faulkner (above centre) and Nathan Berning (second left), of LetThemLive and their handiwork (top) in Dunmore, County Galway. The couple said they were ‘pro-life journalists’ on a crowdfunded assignment in Ireland.
Louise Glavey writes:
Dear Emily Faulkner and Nathan Berning,
I hope you enjoyed your recent trip and all the “journalism” you did while you were here.
Any chance you could crowdfund a return trip to clean up all the litter you left behind?
While I make this submission as a tongue-in-cheek take on the situation, I want you to know that I am taking it seriously.I am filing a police report with photos. (top panel)
The posters are illegal in that they do not display the name of the printer or publisher. They are still up more than 7 days since polling day. Not to mention that they are offensive and upsetting to many local residents.
A further concern of mine is that the couple claim to have printed 5,000 posters for distribution all over the country. I wonder how many other towns and villages have been left with the same litter post-referendum.
We have counted 12 posters still up in Dunmore, Co. Galway…