Category Archives: Anthony Campbell

What to do about crime in Ireland

I find myself wondering about how often are we going to do this rehashing of the term watershed. Purely coincidentally I was opposite Donna Cleary’s house the morning after her murder as I was doing a NEAR fm radio panel … Continue reading

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Vincent Browne’s double standards

Watching TV3′s VB show the other night I was struck by the insistence on the part of VB that the reaction to the murder of Shane Geoghegan somehow meant that the populous valued different lives differently. It doesn’t. People simply … Continue reading

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