10 thoughts on “Wednesday’s Papers

  1. Steph Pinker

    Leaving aside the mankyness of the furniture, since when has 4-6 week delivery been classed as ‘Immediate’?

    Unless it’s on Daft.ie for E10,000 p/m – with a helicopter pad included.

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    1. ian-oG

      Anyone who thinks its OK to send around imagery of a mentally ill woman naked via whatsapp is not anyone who should be in the role of a police office.

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      1. Cian

        True. He is no longer in the Gardaí.

        From that article:
        The court heard CCTV had captured the arrest of Ms Quigley (36) on April 7th, 2017, when she was found walking without clothing on Harcourt Street, Dublin.

        […] the footage had been filmed by a Pearse Street-based garda on his mobile phone, from a station monitor and shared with one other person who was not a garda.

        This was subsequently uploaded to social media and shared before being removed from platforms on April 11th at the request of gardaí. The court heard Ms Quigley was aware of the footage in the days before her death.

        The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) did not recommend prosecution of the garda, who resigned from the force before a disciplinary process was complete.

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        1. ian-oG

          Glad to hear that Cian, while not on the same level, it made me think of the Sarah Everard case.

          What on earth they though they were doing recording then sharing that is beyond me, but they have ruined their own career as well as the pain and suffering it caused Ms Quigley and whatever role it played in her suicide.

          Depressing stuff altogether, horrific for her family.

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