Late, after midnight on Saturday night, into Sunday morning, three girls were attacked by three oriental gentlemen in the lovely seaside resort of Courtown, Wexford. The girls are Irish from Dublin.
One of the girls was actually raped while the other two were sexually assaulted by the three foreign juveniles.
Yesterday the Garda investigation into the brutal incident switched to Kilkenny where police were interviewing suspects at their Dominic Street station.
What is going on in this country where groups of young men now attack Irish girls, this was never known until recent years.
Let’s ask An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar personally when he visits Kilkenny city tomorrow morning as to why all the unchecked mass immigration is being allowed without question – we don’t know the hordes of people that are pouring in here now from outside the E.U., unchecked and unhindered, and in fact accommodated, fed, clothed and sheltered for free with weekly payments made to them as well.
How on Earth are our girls to be safe with all this criminal assault and rape allowed to go unchecked by Varadkar, yes, let’s protest against him and ask him about this down at the Brewery tomorrow morning, protest commences at 10.00 AM, assemble at Rothe House.
Let’s tell Varadkar loud and clear that we won’t have any more of our girls gangbanged by men of a different culture who actually think they are entitled to do it, so why is he letting all these into the country willy nilly without any checks or clearances at our airports?
Gardaí spoke to a number of foreign teenagers in Kilkenny yesterday in connection with alleged sex attacks in Courtown in the early hours of Sunday morning.
It is understood that the young men, all of whom are juveniles, were in the Courtown area at the time of the alleged attacks.
No arrests were made. It is understood that investigating gardaí from Wexford are canvassing witnesses and are speaking to all parties who were present in the area at the time.
Enquiries are ongoing. meanwhile it’s understood that the youths concerned have been moved for their own safety out of Kilkenny to Direct provision centres elsewhere in the country.
report- Michael McGrath, Kilkenny.