Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Judge bans immigrant girl from Dublin city centre

A Judge today banned a 12-year-old girl, who is facing 19 charges mostly for thefts, from Dublin city-centre and expressed concerns on the level of parental supervision being exercised.

“She has picked up a lot of charges for a girl her age, I am not sure proper parental control has been exercised,” Judge Bryan Smyth said at the Children’s Court, in response to an application by the defence for the girl to be released from custody.

The small girl, who is about five foot tall and originally from Romania, but now residing with her mother in west Dublin, was remanded in custody to Oberstown Girls’ Centre, last week for preliminary psychological and psychiatric assessments to be carried out.

http://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/mhsnauidauau/

3 comments:

Hail Ireland ! said...

No doubt that this is a Roma girl.

Racking up so many thefts at such an early age her parents must be very proud.

Joe McGoebbels said...

Banish it from the city? Banish it from the country FFS!!

Anonymous said...

“She has picked up a lot of charges for a girl her age, I am not sure proper parental control has been exercised,” Judge Bryan Smyth said.
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Parental-control probably directed her criminal activities. The Roma are the sole reason why Romanians and Bulgarians have restricted work rights in this country despite being EU members.