Irish citizens ignored as alleged serious sexual harassment of woman by asylum seekers continues in Kinnegad continues – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

Irish citizens ignored as alleged serious sexual harassment of woman by asylum seekers continues in Kinnegad continues




Locals in Kinnegad continue to be terrorized by the foreign men being housed at Harry’s Hotel with most media outlets ignoring the accusations of serious sexual harassment of women and children by asylum seekers in the town.

The Irish citizens of Kinnegad were never asked if their wanted their little town to become a holding pen for military aged, foreign men, but like so many other towns across Ireland the government have saddled them with this dangerous burden.

Only recently similar incidents have been reported Portarlington, where last month underage girls were also allegedly sexually harassed by migrants living in a local Hotel.

Activists Philip Dwyer visited the town this week and while filming near Harry’s Hotel, an overweight, male asylum seeker confronted him and attempted to intimidate him into leaving.

Commentators on the video have found it incredible that a recently arrived asylum seeker, living fat off the hard-working Irish taxpayer had the audacity to try and intimidate an Irish citizen just trying to document what was happening in an Irish town.

Mr. Dwyer later spoke to one young woman working in Kinnegad who said that the locals are terrified and she does not feel safe in the town anymore.

It is unclear why Gardai have not taken more stringent action to stop this behaviour but allegedly, a Garda Sargent told one young woman who reported harassment that “unfortunately this is going to happen to the women and girls in Kinnegad as these men are used to women being covered head to toe in clothing”.

It remains to be seen if the people of Kinnegad are happy to let their women and children live in terror and face the possibility of assault or worse or if they will have the courage to speak up.

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