The Irish Daily Star (above) revealed the official death toll at Sean Ross Abbey (top) in Roscrea, County Tipperary.
The abbey was a mother and baby home from 1930 to 1970 run by the Sisters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
Journalist Alison O’Reilly, who broke the Tuam story, says a total of 1024 children died at the home with 455 deaths listed as ‘heart failure‘ and a further 128 children dying from severe malnutrition.
Last week, an Aljazeera investigation claimed a sewage system was built on the site where children are buried.
Last week; Evidence Of A Sewage System In The Angel’s Plot
A letter from St Patrick’s Guild to Dublin Archbishop McQuaid. The agency arranged the secret export of 572 children to the USA
Via My Name Is Bridget:
Some records I uncovered for my book My Name Is Bridget includes this letter (above) which show how adoptions were being carried out by the state through St Patrick’s Guild, the adoption agency currently under investigation for illegal adoptions.
Previously: Orientated Toward A Better Class of Girl
Outside New York Fedaral Court today
Manhattan, New York City.
An indictment charging Jeffrey Epstein with sexually trafficking multiple underage girls was unsealed in federal court in New York City today, the latest twist in a decade-old legal saga.
The charging document says Epstein, from 2002 to at least 2005, enticed girls as young as 14 to come to his estates in Manhattan and Palm Beach for what were supposed to be massages. Instead, he induced them to engage in sex acts, according to the indictment.
Epstein would pay the girls hundreds of dollars in cash after the encounters, then, in what resembled a sexual pyramid scheme, he would allegedly pay them more to recruit other young girls to perform similar acts
Sex trafficking charges against Jeffrey Epstein unveiled (Miami Herald)
The fresh move against Epstein follows on the failure of Alexander Acosta, now Trump’s labor secretary but then a Miami federal prosecutor, to bring Epstein to court on a 53-page indictment by cutting a widely criticized plea deal that was seen as far too lenient….
…Flight logs from Epstein’s private jet showed that former president Bill Clinton took at least 26 trips aboard the plane between 2001 and 2003 – the same period from which the new charges are believed to stem
Epstein sexual abuse casecould push powerful friends into spotlight (The Guardian)