Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan TD visit Drogheda Garda Station today as part of campaigning in counties Louth and Offaly on Day 3 of the General Election 2020.
Mr Varadkar and Mr Flanagan are speaking to gardaí who are investigating the feud between two criminal gangs, which is believed to be linked to the murder of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods earlier this week.
Activists working for the Good Counsel Network, which runs a rogue crisis pregnancy agency in Dublin, turned up at Drogheda garda station claiming to have knowledge about an abortion performed at Our Lady of Lourdes hospital. They called for the doctors involved to be investigated and possibly prosecuted.
…Eamonn Murphy, an anti-abortion activist who works for the Woman’s Centre and the Good Counsel Network, was at Drogheda garda station last week trying to report a crime after “an innocent person was killed”.
He tried to tell a garda that the doctor involved should face a 14-year prison sentence for being involved in an “unlawful killing”.