The Shame of Ireland
Thanks, Rob, I have been reading some of the posts. I don't know if I should really be on this site.As I wasn't a victim of institutional abuse. What I was subjected to was in relation to buying a house which I discovered much later was the land attached to the house was grossly undervalued. Meanwhile, the old man who I was buying it from became my stalker his stalking escalated over the course of a year, where I fled back to Scotland after his 5th arson attack which almost killed me had I not been rescued from the house. During the year, I had been subjected a whole catalogue of different serious abuses by the person which I won't go into. While my experience is different I can identify so much with much of what I have been reading, and especially with trying to get the guilty parties held accountable. I have a 61-page statement of complaint taken by Strathclyde Police against the garda, I exhausted the full complaints procedure, which was a complete waste of my time. I have also wasted years exhausting the Law society complaints procedure, and Legal aid board. In my experience, they are as corrupt as the person (s) you're complaining about. I had no human rights or protection in Ireland during what I describe as being like "A nightmare in Elm Street". Up until now I have been entirely on my own in my efforts to get justice. It has cost me my family, and my health, as well as heavy financial losses.
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