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24-01-2020, 21:29   #46
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So sad for everyone involved , the children and their family and friends . RIP little ones
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24-01-2020, 21:29   #47
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this sort of thing is part and parcel of modern stressful society where the cost of living for families is dreadful.



Mod note - NO SPECULATION you have no idea about the cause of this
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Jesus H Christ lads, 3 children???

This doesn't bear thinking about.

Don't' want to judge too quickly but <<speculation snip>>?
Wild speculation at this point.

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Wild speculation at this point.
Yeah, I know, sorry, it may be speculation so I'll say no more on that point.
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24-01-2020, 21:33   #50
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Ah Jesus. Bless them all. We can be horrified by the deaths of three kids without speculating on the cause, which could be non violent too and I hope that is the case. We shall see.
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24-01-2020, 21:36   #51
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First item on LBC news just now. UK radio station. I was very surprised at that.
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Tragic, so young and vulnerable.

Very tough on the emergency staff too, especially those with small kids.
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**** sake guys. What's going on here? Bodies chopped up in Cork/Dublin. Gangs fighting all over the shop some poor bloke knifed in the neck. Are we going mad as a society or what.
I have to agree with this. Things have been on a downward spiral this last couple of years
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You can read about gangland shootings all day but the second it's about children it just hits you like a ton of bricks. So sad
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So so upsetting. Poor children.
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]Wild speculation at this point[/B].

Irish Times:

"The children and the woman are related. It is understood all four were living at the house where the bodies were found.

Gardaí believe the woman holds the information that will explain how the children died.

While the investigation was only beginning on Friday evening, gardaí have no evidence there was anyone else in the house around the time of the children’s deaths.

Gardaí are hoping to speak to the woman as soon as Saturday and in the meantime nobody else is being sought.

While the deaths of the three children were being treated by the Garda as “sudden” and “unexplained”, the inquiry into their deaths is criminal in nature."
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Dreadful news. Those poor children.
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RIP.

Think closing the thread wouldn't be a bad idea.

Who needs strangers talking about this on the Internet.
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I have to agree with this. Things have been on a downward spiral this last couple of years
I kinda figured we were ****ed when I was seeing lots of suicides around me over the past few years. Whole communities ravaged by it and the stats not correlating. A lot of them recorded as death by misadventure.

As a society we really are at the point we need to evaluate where we are. And what our priorities are.
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RIP.

Think closing the thread wouldn't be a bad idea.

Who needs strangers talking about this on the Internet.

To be fair most posters just want to offer their sympathys.
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