Human Remains Of Infants Found In Septic Tank In Ireland, A Former Home For Unmarried Mothers

Bringing home the turf! (26972149122)

Tuam, Ireland – When human remains were discovered in a septic tank in Tuam, in western Ireland, last month it didn’t come as a complete surprise to everyone. The unearthing at the site – a former home for unmarried mothers – was the result of a government commission charged with investigating claims of abuse by religious…

Share This Post
Share on Facebook0Share on Google+2Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Reddit0Pin on Pinterest0Share on StumbleUpon0Share on LinkedIn0Digg thisShare on Yummly0Share on Tumblr0Buffer this pagePrint this pageEmail this to someone





Related News

  • Russian Hacker, Captured In The Maldives, Convicted By U.S. Federal Court For CyberCrime
  • Minibus Crash In South Africa Kills 20 Children
  • Pacific Partnership 2017 Now In Its 12th Year – Annual Multilateral Humanitarian Assistance And Disaster Relief Preparedness Mission
  • White House Security Has Been Enhanced, Public Sidewalk Officially Closed
  • The legendary Lithuania Holocaust Escape Tunnel
  • Climate Scientists Say ‘Ice Sheets Are Melting’ In The Antarctica, A Ticking Time Bomb
  • Are The Riotous ‘Progressives’ Fragmenting ‘The Party’ By Disrupting ‘Establishment Democrats’ At Town Halls?
  • China’s Futuristic Military – ‘Mach 6’ Scramjets – Hypersonic Aerospace Programs
  • U.S. Marine Corps Gets Their First Female Tank Officer
  • Detroit – Muslim Doctor, Charged With Performing Female Genital Mutilations, To Remain In Jail
  • If Sea Levels Rise Due To Climate Change, Where Will The People Go?
  • U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Now Using ‘Private Debt Collectors’, Learn How To Spot A Scammer
  • Is Alt-Left Black Democratic Leadership Exacerbating The Problems Plaguing The Black Community?
  • Robots Have Displaced Millions Of Manufacturing Workers, Who Is Next?
  • When Faith Becomes Personal, God Makes Miracles Happen
  • California Gun Control Case May Reach The U.S. Supreme Court