This week on The Indo Daily: from the abuses faced by women politicians, to the Kinahan empire and the Derry Girls finale
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*Monday – The ongoing abuse of Ireland’s women politicians: Fine Gael TD Jennifer Carroll McNeill’s victim testimony, presented to the courts last week about a campaign of harassment against her by an internet troll, was a powerful statement. Now her colleagues are telling their own stories to highlight the ongoing online abuse and threats against women politicians. Featuring Fianna Fail, Senator Lisa Chambers and Cllr of the Green Party, and Hazel Chu, Dublin Lord Mayor.
Tuesday – Explosive revelations in the “Wagatha Christie” trial: The libel case of the century between Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney has gripped the world. What have we learned so far, who might win the case, and what does that say about our obsession with celebrity culture?
The Indo Daily: Wagatha Christie – Explosive revelations in the trial of Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy
*Wednesday – What happened to Santina Cawley? Karen Harrington, 38, has been sentenced to life in prison after the Central Criminal Court jury unanimously found her guilty of murdering two-year-old Santina Cawley. The Irish Independent’s southern correspondent Ralph Riegel tells what happened to little Santina.
The Indo Daily: What happened to Santina Cawley? How justice was finally done for the murdered toddler
Thursday – Is the Kinahan Empire beginning to crumble? About 600 people were denied entry to the United States because of their possible ties to the gang. Despite the freeze on their fortune, we still get glimpses of the group’s lavish lifestyle. Are the sanctions tough enough and are the authorities any closer to bringing the Kinahan cartel to justice?
Friday – Why Irish sitcoms keep our neighbors in suspense Derry Girls is done, but its legacy will likely live on, like so many Irish sitcoms before it that are still shown weekly on British and Irish television. So why is our humor so appealing to our neighbors – yes, we’re watching you Mrs Brown’s Boys – and how do we find a way to laugh about some terribly serious subjects?
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