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Old 19-11-2019, 02:43 PM
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Should make for some interesting dinner speeches
Jesus, imagine that alright. Awkward.
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That's a dodgy lane for people walking late night home to southside. Think that poor guy from Togher was hammered down there years ago by 2 scum and eventually died. Fellas coming out of casinos would be better off getting a cab outside the door.
That's basic common sense.
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That's basic common sense.
True, some don't use it though. They may be langers drunk coming out of them.
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Old 19-11-2019, 02:45 PM
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That's a dodgy lane for people walking late night home to southside. Think that poor guy from Togher was hammered down there years ago by 2 scum and eventually died. Fellas coming out of casinos would be better off getting a cab outside the door.
If the victim was female you would have mary crilly accusing you of
victim blaming,
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Old 19-11-2019, 03:05 PM
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If the victim was female you would have mary crilly accusing you of
victim blaming,
Shes a man hater. Where does her hate come from?
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If the victim was female you would have mary crilly accusing you of
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Anyone
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Old 19-11-2019, 03:17 PM
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Matlock's gonna be mad wit u guys!

How did that go for u, m8?
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Old 20-11-2019, 11:43 AM
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Big misunderstanding here I'd say. Fair play to the solicitor for keeping this nice fella out of jail. Weird that it's thrown in that he loves smarties.
I've had an historical interest in people's surnames for a while. This fella has a lovely surname, something soft about it. The q at the start makes me suspect it was Anglo Norman ?




Court hears allegations that man used a machete to rob a Cork filling station
By Liam Heylin
A MAN wielding a machete swung it and demanded cash from a young woman working behind the counter in a Cork filling station just after dark on Sunday evening, it has been alleged.

Garda Conor Egan arrested 23-year-old Jamie Quilligan of 6 Chestnut Close, Mahon, Cork, and charged him with carrying out a robbery at Circle K garage, Blackrock Road, Cork, at 5.30pm on Sunday, November 17.

Garda Egan said the prosecution was opposed to bail being granted to the accused because of the seriousness of the charge against the accused.

“It is alleged that at 5.30pm on November 17 he entered the Circle K filling station armed with a machete and approached a female member of staff putting her in fear.

"He demanded money. She was not satisfied with the money given to him and he demanded more money. She handed him the till drawer with the money that was in it,” Garda Egan said.

It was alleged that the raider then went down to the old railway line amenity walk accessible from close to the premises.

It was further alleged that he changed his clothes and discarded the till drawer and the weapon.

A short time later gardaí met the accused near the Circle K station with a quantity of notes and coins. It was alleged that till receipts were also seized from him.

Garda Egan said the incident was captured on CCTV. The guard said the defendant admitted having a dependency on prescription drugs.

Frank Buttimer, defence solicitor, said no grounds had been advanced by the prosecution for the refusal of bail and that the accused had absolutely no previous conviction of any kind. He submitted that it was a case for bail on conditions.

Sergeant Gearóid Davis accepted this was the position.

The defendant was then remanded on bail to appear at Cork District Court again on January 7, 2020.

Bail conditions required Jamie Quilligan to reside at 6 Chestnut Close, Mahon, sign daily at Anglesea Street garda station, keep a 10pm to 6am nightly curfew, abstain from alcohol, provide gardaí with his mobile phone number and refrain from entering the Circle K on Blackrock Road and have no contact with staff of that premises.
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Old 20-11-2019, 05:48 PM
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Big misunderstanding here I'd say. Fair play to the solicitor for keeping this nice fella out of jail. Weird that it's thrown in that he loves smarties.
I've had an historical interest in people's surnames for a while. This fella has a lovely surname, something soft about it. The q at the start makes me suspect it was Anglo Norman ?




Court hears allegations that man used a machete to rob a Cork filling station
By Liam Heylin
A MAN wielding a machete swung it and demanded cash from a young woman working behind the counter in a Cork filling station just after dark on Sunday evening, it has been alleged.

Garda Conor Egan arrested 23-year-old Jamie Quilligan of 6 Chestnut Close, Mahon, Cork, and charged him with carrying out a robbery at Circle K garage, Blackrock Road, Cork, at 5.30pm on Sunday, November 17.

Garda Egan said the prosecution was opposed to bail being granted to the accused because of the seriousness of the charge against the accused.

“It is alleged that at 5.30pm on November 17 he entered the Circle K filling station armed with a machete and approached a female member of staff putting her in fear.

"He demanded money. She was not satisfied with the money given to him and he demanded more money. She handed him the till drawer with the money that was in it,” Garda Egan said.

It was alleged that the raider then went down to the old railway line amenity walk accessible from close to the premises.

It was further alleged that he changed his clothes and discarded the till drawer and the weapon.

A short time later gardaí met the accused near the Circle K station with a quantity of notes and coins. It was alleged that till receipts were also seized from him.

Garda Egan said the incident was captured on CCTV. The guard said the defendant admitted having a dependency on prescription drugs.

Frank Buttimer, defence solicitor, said no grounds had been advanced by the prosecution for the refusal of bail and that the accused had absolutely no previous conviction of any kind. He submitted that it was a case for bail on conditions.

Sergeant Gearóid Davis accepted this was the position.

The defendant was then remanded on bail to appear at Cork District Court again on January 7, 2020.

Bail conditions required Jamie Quilligan to reside at 6 Chestnut Close, Mahon, sign daily at Anglesea Street garda station, keep a 10pm to 6am nightly curfew, abstain from alcohol, provide gardaí with his mobile phone number and refrain from entering the Circle K on Blackrock Road and have no contact with staff of that premises.
Went to primary with a member of that tribe of bastards over 40 years ago which helped to shape my world view on creamcrackers
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Old 20-11-2019, 09:39 PM
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