October 23, 2002
News on 23-10-02
From RTE Online
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Morning Ireland: Colm O'Gorman, Director of the support group, One in Four, discusses what type of investigation victims would like to see put in place in Dublin
Morning Ireland: Ivana Bacik, Reed Professor of Law, discusses a gap in the law which means that those who have knowledge of a crime cannot now be charged for failure to report the crime
Morning Ireland: Justine McCarthy, Irish Independent journalist, says a member of the Hussey inquiry was criticised in the Kincora Boy's home report for sitting on a whistleblowers' report
1.00 News: Watch the video
Posted by paul at October 23, 2002 02:37 PM
1.00 News: Joe Little, Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent, reports on the discussions between the Minister and victims on the draft terms of reference for the non-statutory inquiry into abuse in the Ferns diocese
Well done to Colm O'Gorman, and the other particpants who spoke-up in the 'Suing the Pope' & 'Cardinal Secrets'.
Congratulations to RTE for locating its own spine.
I think that the Hussey Commission will be taken over by Opus Dei zealots, and there should be an independent State enquiry with Peter De Rosa, Richard Sipe and Jason Berry (The US writers) at the head of that Commission.