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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Crocodile tears from Taoiseach Brian Cowen Fina Fail and TD Alan Shatter Fine Gael in their hypocritical statements on child abuse in

Crocodile tears from Taoiseach Brian Cowen Fina Fail and TD Alan Shatter Fine Gael in their hypocritical statements on child abuse in: "Patricia Bland then turned to Dublin's leading family law expert, Mr Alan Shatter, who is known as 'Mr Family Law' because of the many books that he has published and written on the subject. She paid him £2,000 and hoped that he could rescue her children from degrading torture. Mr Shatter had just commenced his political career in Fine Gael. In order for him to act in the interests of his new client, young Sarah Bland, he would have had to sue the previous solicitor, Mr Michael O'Mahoney, for negligence. Mr O'Mahoney just happened to be the legal adviser to Fine Gael, the political party of which Alan Shatter was a member. That aspiring TD, 'Mr Family Law,' did nothing. Later, he became the shadow Justice Minister in the South of Ireland. He still did nothing. It was only later when Patricia Bland recovered her legal files from his office that she discovered that her calls had been treated with contempt and that 'Mr Family Law' had suppressed the evidence of seven witnesses, including a leading psychiatrist and a senior social worker"WHEN TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION?

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