By this time, you more than likely have seen images of Michaela McAreavey being posted by people who want to show support to her family in light of the disgusting sneering video which emerged on social media on Friday.
People have been posting beautiful images of Michaela in an effort to wipe out the stain that those thugs tried to put on her name.
Two men have apologised for their participation in a disgusting video sneering Micheala McAreavey that emerged on social media.
The two men, John Bell and Andrew McDade, say that they apologise, are willing to write the family and will make a donation to a charity of their choice.
In what can only be described as truly revolting, video footage has emerged on social media of thugs singing, jeering, sneering and roaring laughing at the utterly tragic death of Michaela McAreavey in Mauritius in 2011.
The beautiful lady, daughter of Mickey Harte, was tragically killed on her honeymoon in Mauritius on January 10th 2011.
Vast numbers of politicians from all sides of the political aisle have condemned the disgusting scenes.
In a statement this afternoon, RTE reports that Linfield Football Club confirmed that it had contacted a girls’ academy coach in relation to the video.
It’s understood that the club said that his “voluntary association with the club has been terminated with immediate effect”.
The statement called the video “offensive, sickening and deeply hurtful”.
“Linfield FC apologises to the Harte/McAreavey families for the hurt that has been caused to them by the offensive actions of one of our now former coaches.
“Linfield FC is totally opposed to sectarianism, bigotry, racism, prejudice and all forms of discriminatory behaviour and there can be no place within this club for any of these forms of offensive and unacceptable behaviour.”
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