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African gangs attacking Irish in Balbriggan

Discussion in 'Immigration & Refugees' started by anderson, Nov 29, 2017.

  1. Ire-land

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    Hardly expected?
     
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    Do you really think that the Pope runs things? You had your Reformation, now enjoy Liberalism!
     
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    Wow, just looking at the Tyrrelstown sign in the background there, that photo on the left is actually real. Fuck me!
     
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    Fears of mob rule in north Dublin after vigilantes target teen gang


    There are fears that mob rule is growing in north Dublin after vigilantes targeted a teen gang - only days after more than 100 youths terrorised residents in the village of Lusk.
    The ringleaders of the mob, who are believed to be behind a string of vicious assaults and robberies, were attacked in a bid to end their reign of terror.
    The gang, reportedly calling itself ‘the K45 Crew’, moves between Blanchardstown and north county Dublin and is responsible for a series of unprovoked assaults.

    Fears of mob rule in north Dublin after vigilantes target teen gang
     
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    Some off topic posts moved to a new thread,