Heather Veasey, United Kingdom
3 days ago
I thought it was just the law in England, that could be such an ass! Shame on you. …Come on Ireland, you are meant to be a proud Nation – this DOES NOT look cool – don’t be like us! 30 years, it is time for us all to be able to move on. It is not only the families that have to suffer the injustice, but all of us, when we feel that the laws are unfair – no matter which country it is, as this kind of thing happens everywhere – full of double standards by catering to the affluent and the “connected”, as and when it suits. When we have no confidence in these systems, when any of us could end up in a similar situation as this family, we all feel let down, and this negativity spreads out into the world. It is no wonder there are so many angry people out there flouting the law. The truth will always out, and it’s doubtful that this will be let go. So get with it. Be great, set an example and DO your country proud. This case deserves justice as much as any other. Especially so, as Niall Molloy dedicated his life to God – and to spread peace. And was respected for being the decent & kind person that he was. How would you feel if this had happened to one of your loved ones? Give this poor family the truth & closure they deserve, and let this poor man be able to rest in peace, at last. My God, this is disgusting.