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Happened back in the 80's, its probably still going on today because the media didn't report this back then, so logic follows they won't report on it now.
RTE, the national broadcaster in Ireland didn't even bother to send a camera to cover the Pro-Life Rally organised by Youth Defence in Dublin last July which attracted atleast 3,000 people,mainly young people.TV3 news gave coverage, and carried an interview.
A major drugs find in Cork, and a Music festival were among the reasons they didn't have a camera down. They had one though the week before when the 60 pro-aborts had their rally for 'safe and legal abortion' in Ireland.
On a less violent scale, the same thing happened many times in Ireland when pro-life rallies were held. A doctor friend over there told me that the police took great delight in subjecting women to strip searches and manhandling them despite the fact that they were often simply standing with placards.
It seems that as things degenerate further in the UK, these scenarios won't be far off for the likes of us.
Indeed. I have seen innocent people arrested before my eyes, and people getting bruises on their arms. My own name and details were taken for holding a placard that read 'Abortion is Murder'.