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Casey Anthony advised to get plastic surgery after release from prison
Casey Anthony, who was acquitted of all charges having been accused of murdering her two-year-old daughter, is to be released from prison this Sunday. Her advisers are suggesting that she wears a good disguise when she is released. They have even suggested plastic surgery...READ MORE
Niall O'Dowd: Dissident IRA making major new push for support in USA
In recent months they have focused on Irish American civil rights activists, many of whom have attended at nationalists events aimed at stopping Orange marchers going through their neighborhoods...READ MORE
Bishop of Cloyne apologizes from American hideaway
The Bishop damned by the latest report into child sex abuse by religious in Ireland has apologized – from an American bolthole...READ MORE
Irish Priests face five years in jail if they fail to report child abuse
Irish priests will be jailed for up to five years if they fail to report child abuse to police – even if they are told of it in the confessional box...READ MORE
Casey Anthony from PA: 'I can't change my name, ladies and gentlemen
A 43-year-old Pennsylvanian man named Casey Anthony has been bombarded with Facebook abuse, since the Florida criminal that shares his name, was cleared of murdering her daughter last week...READ MORE
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