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« Reply #5280 on: September 13, 2018, 11:12:49 PM »
That was a brutal post, trying to defend the undefensible

Orior. Has a clear agenda where he attacks the victims of serious sexual crimes, have a look on the previous Ulster Rugby rape trial thread to get an idea about what he is about.
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« Reply #5281 on: September 13, 2018, 11:15:23 PM »
totally, disagree. it was this one particular individual. but i have retracted.
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« Reply #5282 on: September 13, 2018, 11:18:24 PM »
Has a rape victim just been called an attention seeking gimp?

Waow.

As bad as anything fearon ever posted tbh..

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« Reply #5283 on: September 13, 2018, 11:24:59 PM »
fair enough
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« Reply #5284 on: September 13, 2018, 11:57:30 PM »
fair enough

Any plans to delete the post?

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« Reply #5285 on: September 14, 2018, 08:23:24 AM »
fair enough

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Itís not the first time this particular repressed homosexual has endorsed rape or tried to deflect his position by blaming the victim of such heinous crimes. If you arenít comfortable in your own sexuality Mr Orior then maybe you should stay firmly in that closet, just off Sunnyside St. You could always try getting on the other bus or wearing comfortable shoes, you old friend of Frankie


I wonder could master Ambrose explain his theory on this cracker?
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« Reply #5286 on: September 14, 2018, 08:30:06 AM »
Fair play Orior. At least you took it down anyway.
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« Reply #5287 on: September 14, 2018, 02:08:23 PM »
Has a rape victim just been called an attention seeking gimp?

Waow.

As bad as anything fearon ever posted tbh..

Being a victim of rape doesn't render you immune from scrutiny. She has been appointed to various positions, seemingly solely on the basis of her understandable and legitimate criticism of Sinn Fein. Do those appointing her to these positions have any interest in her welfare? I would think that very unlikely - it looks more like exploitation to me.

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« Reply #5288 on: September 14, 2018, 02:22:33 PM »
I see what youre saying, the more I think on it Orior was right, she is an attention seeking gimp......

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« Reply #5289 on: September 14, 2018, 03:51:56 PM »
I see what youre saying, the more I think on it Orior was right, she is an attention seeking gimp......

In the context of which she was in the news - giving her side of a police ombudsman report into the PSNI's handling of her rape at the hands of the IRA, I don't think she was attention seeking and to say she was is utterly reprehensible.

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« Reply #5290 on: September 14, 2018, 04:40:30 PM »
I see what youre saying, the more I think on it Orior was right, she is an attention seeking gimp......

In the context of which she was in the news - giving her side of a police ombudsman report into the PSNI's handling of her rape at the hands of the IRA, I don't think she was attention seeking and to say she was is utterly reprehensible.
Firstly her rape was not at the hands of the IRA, she was raped and abused by well known member of the IRA who it appears abused at least one other girl. The IRA failed her in not dealing with the abuse. The RUC failed her by trying to exploit her abuse for their own ends and social services abused her. Maria Cahill has very obviously been traumatised by her experience bot of the abuse and trying to seek redress. In my view she has been further abused by those political parties opposed to SF, not without abusers in their own ranks trying to score points, rather than get her justice. Maria herself has had a colourful political career. But nothing can excuse the way in which she was treated by the state or by those in the IRA seeking to cover for the organisation in much the same way they criticise the church for doing. MaryLou needs to make a fulsome apology for the sins of the past.

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« Reply #5291 on: September 14, 2018, 04:41:35 PM »
I was being sarcastic just for clarification  ;)

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« Reply #5292 on: September 14, 2018, 05:16:27 PM »
I see what youre saying, the more I think on it Orior was right, she is an attention seeking gimp......

In the context of which she was in the news - giving her side of a police ombudsman report into the PSNI's handling of her rape at the hands of the IRA, I don't think she was attention seeking and to say she was is utterly reprehensible.
Firstly her rape was not at the hands of the IRA, she was raped and abused by well known member of the IRA who it appears abused at least one other girl. The IRA failed her in not dealing with the abuse. The RUC failed her by trying to exploit her abuse for their own ends and social services abused her. Maria Cahill has very obviously been traumatised by her experience bot of the abuse and trying to seek redress. In my view she has been further abused by those political parties opposed to SF, not without abusers in their own ranks trying to score points, rather than get her justice. Maria herself has had a colourful political career. But nothing can excuse the way in which she was treated by the state or by those in the IRA seeking to cover for the organisation in much the same way they criticise the church for doing. MaryLou needs to make a fulsome apology for the sins of the past.

Why would the IRA deal with her abuse? You are confusing a terrorist organisation with a court of law. It is not for the IRA to deal with.


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« Reply #5293 on: September 15, 2018, 03:01:20 PM »
I see what youre saying, the more I think on it Orior was right, she is an attention seeking gimp......

In the context of which she was in the news - giving her side of a police ombudsman report into the PSNI's handling of her rape at the hands of the IRA, I don't think she was attention seeking and to say she was is utterly reprehensible.
Firstly her rape was not at the hands of the IRA, she was raped and abused by well known member of the IRA who it appears abused at least one other girl. The IRA failed her in not dealing with the abuse. The RUC failed her by trying to exploit her abuse for their own ends and social services abused her. Maria Cahill has very obviously been traumatised by her experience bot of the abuse and trying to seek redress. In my view she has been further abused by those political parties opposed to SF, not without abusers in their own ranks trying to score points, rather than get her justice. Maria herself has had a colourful political career. But nothing can excuse the way in which she was treated by the state or by those in the IRA seeking to cover for the organisation in much the same way they criticise the church for doing. MaryLou needs to make a fulsome apology for the sins of the past.

Why would the IRA deal with her abuse? You are confusing a terrorist organisation with a court of law. It is not for the IRA to deal with.
The IRA prevented or discouraged her to go to the Police. In this case they should have made an exception. He should also have been exposed and disowned way sooner.

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« Reply #5294 on: September 15, 2018, 08:33:06 PM »
Liadh (sp) NŪ Riada their presidential candidate?


Or will they spring Gerry from the hat?
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