Death of Aishling Murphy, Media Coverage, Public Reaction and more


#23

It’ll certainly move the focus elsewhere for quite a few days:

Vigils taking place include the following (correct at time of publication):

The Fountain, Potato Market, Carlow Town - 6pm
Kingscourt, Co Cavan - 8pm
Dan O'Connell Statue, Ennis, Co Clare - 4pm today and Fair Green 4pm tomorrow
The Square, Ennistymon, Co Clare - 5.30pm
Town Park, Shannon, Co Clare - 6.30pm
Kilmaley National Schoo, Co Clare - 7pm
Ryan GAA Club, Co Clare - 7pm
Town Park, Newmarket, Cork - 6pm
Kanturk Place, Cork - 6.30pm
Commodore, Cobh, Co Cork - 7pm
Lidl, Mallow, Co Cork - 7pm
Shore Front, Buncrana, Co Donegal - 4pm
Donegal Town - 6.30pm
Market Square, Letterkenny, Co Donegal - 7pm
Dáil Éireann, Dublin - 4pm
Oscar Square, Tenters, Dublin 8 - 4pm
Griffith Park, Drumcondra, Dublin 7 - 4pm
Donaghmeade Roundabaout, Dublin 13 - 4pm
Firhouse Community Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 4pm
Church on Main St, Dundrum, Dublin 16 - 4pm
Lucan Weir, Co Dublin - 4pm
The Cross, Main St, Blackrock, Co Dublin - 4pm
Sea Memorial, Life Boat House, Skerries, Co Dublin - 6pm
The Square at Supervalu, Rush, Co Dublin - 7pm
The Square, Clifden, Co Galway - 4pm
Corribdale, Oughterard, Co Galway - 5.45pm
The Square, Tralee, Co Kerry - 4pm
Library Place, Killorglin, Co Kerry - 4pm
Town Park, Cahersiveen, Co Kerry - 4.30pm
Dingle Marina, Co Kerry - 6.30pm
Castletown House, Celbridge, Co Kildare - 4pm
Liffey Linear Park, Newbridge, Co Kildare - 4pm
Maynooth Square, Co Kildare - 4pm
Lock 27, Athy, Co Kildare - 4pm
Leixlip Fountain, Co Kildare - 4pm
The Harbour, Naas, Co Kildare - 6pm
Robertstown, Co Kildare - 6pm
Castle Yard, Kilkenny - 4pm
Memorial Park, Portlaoise, Co Laois - 4.30pm
Town Square, Portarlington, Co Laois - 7pm
Town Clock, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim - 4pm
Crib, Granard, Co Longford 7.30pm
Market Square, Longford Town - Saturday, 4pm
The Ramparts, Drogheda, Co Louth - 4.30pm
The Square, Dundalk, Co Louth - 7pm
Lough Lannagh Car Park, Castlebar, Co Mayo - 6.30pm
Sancta Maria School, Louisburgh, Co Mayo - 7pm
The Mall, Westport, Co Mayo - 8pm
Blackwater Park, Navan, Co Meath - 4pm
Park Rí, Kells, Co Meath - 4pm
Hope Castle, Castleblayney, Co Monaghan - 4.30pm
Tullamore, Co Offaly - 4pm
Digby Bridge, Cappincur, Co Offaly - 4.30pm
St Brendan's Park, Birr, Co Offaly - 7pm
The Square, Roscommon Town - 6pm
Somers Park, Castlerea, Co Roscommon - 6pm
Bawn, Strokestown, Co Roscommon - 8.30pm
The Pier, Enniscrone, Co Sligo - 6pm
Cahir Castle car park, Co Tipperary - 6.15pm
MainGuard, Clonmel, Co Tipperary - 6pm
The Plaza, Cashel, Co Tipperary - 4pm
People's Park, Waterford City - 6pm
Millennium Park, Lismore, Co Waterford - 6pm
Walton Park, Dungarvan, Co Waterford - 6.15pm
Town Park, Mullingar, Co Westmeath - 4pm
The Quay, Wexford Town - 4pm
Civic Centre, Gorey, Co Wexford - 6.30pm
Town Council, Bray, Co Wicklow - 4pm
Men's Cove, Greystones, Co Wicklow - 4pm

#24

Gardaí have identified another person of interest as part of the investigation into the murder of Ashling Murphy.

Gardaí are waiting to interview a man who is currently in hospital.

They say they are making significant progress in their investigation and expect developments in the next few days.

RTÉ News has also learned that another woman reported she had been followed along the Canal Bank at Cappincur two hours before Ms Murphy was murdered.


#25


#26

Listening to the radio all day yesterday while WFH…it was a veritable non-stop, “all men are evil, violent bastards” tirade. (I was almost going to turn myself in at the local Garda station for being complicit in this awful killing.)


#27

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#28

The sad fact is that if this was a 23 year old male jogger, it would have only got a brief two minute mention once in the news yesterday and then disappeared off the radar, and no one would have cared!


#29

Still no description of the suspect released…


#31

The fact that he appears to be in hospital narrows it down a lot, so the next question has to be how did he end up in hospital?
Was he got hold of by local vigilantes before the Gardaí, or what???


#32

Or maybe not…


#33

Or what would be my guess

He’s looking at a life sentence, he probably doesn’t know how short that can be in Ireland


#34

They took down the competition and assumed the monopoly without blinking, so we’ve ended up in a place that seems a lot like the 1950’s Ireland with internet, i.e. 24/7 mass in your pocket/hand.


#35

We’re expected to believe Ross O’Carroll-Kelly works at a school. Sure. What year was that story I wonder. It probably points to the childishness and isolation of schoolteachers. I doubt lidl staff would act that way. The willingness to smear men on the basis of an anecdote is tiresome. Though it is interesting that as a matter of public policy schools, like prisons seem to be exempt from police oversight in their day-to-day running.

But on a broader point, the feminist left has deconstructed all sense of sexual propriety in society, chased away religion, cheered on the filling of the country with 3rd world peasants - who due to porn think white girls are constantly ‘up for it’ but who don’t give them the time of day in reality… and now wonders where it all went wrong.

https://archive.is/IJ529

Perpetrators usually start with jeering, street harassment, exposure, groping. Yet we rarely intervene when men perpetrate entry-level violence. Recently a teacher recounted to me a story of a male pupil who exposed himself to girls and women in school. When the teacher went to report it, a male colleague laughingly labelled him “a legend”. It is time to stop in their tracks those who commit entry-level violence. Too often this behaviour is ignored or even condoned. More rarely is it prosecuted or punished.


#36

The photo of the guy on the bike (which has now been published by mainstream media) clearly shows this is not a “local man”…


#37

Which media outlets, can’t see?


#38

The busiest people in Ireland right now are the Narrative Manufacturers.

Apparently “a bike” killed Ashling Murphy. A distinctive one. But it’s rider must have no distinguishing features.

And “all men” must share in the blame. Rather than, say, “all migration advocates”. We are to assume it was being around Irish males which caused this.


#39

You think I’m joking ?
For posterity

https://archive.is/jC5N9


#41

#42

OK this story of a man’s body found in Buncrana, let’s see how much publicity it gets.


#43

We, as a society, need to face up to this. There is an epidemic of violence against women. It’s been going on for millennia, quite frankly,” Leo Varadkar, the deputy prime minister, said on Friday.


#44

Sunday Times gives details of new Suspect in hospital,


Just a thought but the name of virus variants were changed to prevent racist kick backs.