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Teribus BS: Clerical Abuse of Children (580* d) RE: BS: Catholic Abuse of Children 20 Sep 17

This thread fell silent in August the last post being from Joe Offer on 21 Aug 17 - 12:59 PM. By that stage all chat about "Irish Catholic abuse of children" had been done to death.

The thread was reactivated in September the first post being from Jack Campin on 10 Sep 17 - 11:56 AM, where he was specifically address the reports about a mass grave being found containing the bodies of hundreds of children from the Smyllum Park Catholic Orphanage in Lanarkshire, Scotland.

With regard to and in relation to this discovery and Jack Campin's posted link we got this in response to a post from Joe Offer on the subject:

Jim Carroll - 13 Sep 17 - 03:21 AM

"I don't know that burial in a mass grave is necessarily an abuse," - [Joe Offer}

"I agree Joe, but of the secret burial of so many children without public acknowledgement of their deaths and without identifying them isn't, it should be."

In the case of the Smyllum Park Orphanage:

- There was nothing secret about the burials.
- The cause of death of each child was known, registered, recorded.
- The name of each child was known, registered and recorded.

Jim Carroll the purveyor of misinformation, misrepresentation and lies.

When called to account over these falsehoods he reverts to instances previously covered in the thread and attempts to say that that is what he was referring to in the post given above.

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