Alleged rape victim ‘interrogated’ by the IRA
ULSTER Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt has said he has spoken to the chief constable about claims the IRA questioned an alleged rape victim and forced her to confront the accused man.
Maiia Cahill, whose great-uncle Joe Cahill, whose pictue above, was a leading member of the PIRA, he was also a leading memember of of the Battalian Staff Commander of the Republican Movement he was my father’s O.C. Officer in Command and also the O.C. in command of Gerry Adams a current member of paraliment in the Republic of Ireland. I am making this statement today knowing I am putting my own life at risk, I am not afraid of Gerry Adam’s or any of his fucking croines. What I am saying and speaking is the truth and my word’s are my own word’s and noone elses. Gerry “who was never in the IRA” is a fucking lier” it might cost me my life but I have nothing to fear from a wanker who has not got the ball’s to tell the truth! Gerry was in the IRA his father was a sex offender and so was his brother, who was one of the masked men who carried the coffin of the first Hunger-Striker Bobby Sands and was one of the six men who had the preveilge to carry his coffin to his last resting place. Why not ask Gerry why? He knew his father and brother were child molosters and he know’s he was in the PIRA. Her alleged abuser denied her claims and was acquitted in court. However, she told the BBC’s Spotlight programme last night that the republican movemet carried out an internal investigation into the alleged abuse. She said she was summoned to a meeting with the IRA. “That was the start of, the only word I have for it is interrogation because that’s exactly how it felt,” she said. Ms Cahill said the IRA questioned her repeatedly for months about the allegations. After more than six months of questioning, she claimed that in early 2000 she was brought face to face with her abuser in an PIRA ‘kangaroo court’. “They told me that they were going to read my body language to see who was telling the truth and that they were going to bring him into a room,” she said. Ms Cahill said she later had a meeting with Shame Fein president Gerry Adams about the abuse allegations. Mr Adams told Spolight
that he co-operated with the RUC/PSNI investigation. A Shame Fein spokesman said that the “interests of victims of sexual abuse are always paramount”. “In our opinion these matters for investigation by the police and open court and not trial by media.” The spokesman said if the BBC had information it should refer it to police. Mr Nesbitt said on Tuesday he had spoken to Chief Constable George Hamiliton and asked for “his assurance that the police will investigate fully and appropiately the extremely serious allegations in tonights programme”. “I recognise Mairi comes from a family at the heart of Irish Republishism but this transcends political allegiances and strikes at the heart of what sort of society we want to build,” she said.
With many thanks to: The Irish News, for the origional story.