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    Thumbs down Woman pleads guilty to brothel keeping in Cork City

    Woman pleads guilty to brothel keeping
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    http://www.rte.ie/news/2010/0419/cork1.html
    Last edited by seanief1980; 19-04-10 at 18:05.

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    Link don't work, Seanie.

    Westie, if that IS your real name, you know anything about this?

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    69 counts - whoa, were they keeping an eye on her for a while?

    Also, I didn't know there was a Grafton Street in Cork, boyeeeeee...!

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    What will she get for that then ?

    Suspended sentence ? Big fine ? Prison ?

    No mention of living off immoral earnings or proceeds of crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymouse View Post
    69 counts - whoa, were they keeping an eye on her for a while?

    Also, I didn't know there was a Grafton Street in Cork, boyeeeeee...!
    By Clinton's reckoning, 69 shouldn't count:-)

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    From Breaking news ...............
    /04/2010 - 16:52:10
    Significant developments occurred today in a case where a jury of 12 men was sworn in for the trial of a man and two women accused of organising prostitution and keeping brothels in Cork.

    ***************************, pleaded not guilty to 69 counts this morning but later in the afternoon she pleaded guilty to five counts of keeping brothels at 18 Grafton Street and 26 John Street on various dates in 2006 and 2007. ******** cried as she was being re-arraigned. Sentencing in her case was adjourned until May 12.

    The prosecution then indicated that they were entering a nolle prosequi in the case against ******************************, Cork, who had pleaded not guilty to six similar counts.

    Effectively, that means that the Director of Public Prosecutions dropped its prosecution of ****** who now stands cleared of all charges.

    Judge Seán Ó Donnabháin told the 12 men of the jury, “There have been significant developments, huge developments. One defendant pleaded to a number of charges and her case is gone back for sentencing and the state has not gone ahead against another defendant. You can put them out of your mind as if they never existed.

    “The case that started as a trinity is now down to one,” the judge said.

    The one person who now faces trial, commencing at 2 p.m. tomorrow is ********************************, who pleaded not guilty to a total of 69 counts related to the alleged organisation of prostitution and the keeping of brothels at 26 John Street and 18 Grafton Street, Cork, on dates between January 2006 and May 2007.

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    Last edited by Westsidex; 19-04-10 at 20:13. Reason: No real names

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    what about u Seanie u cunt u gambled away the countries fortune on your horrible greedy moronic buddies what about it u cowardly stinking piece of shit I'll find ya ya dopey bastard..
    Last edited by Westsidex; 19-04-10 at 20:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanief1980 View Post
    From Breaking news ...............
    /04/2010 - 16:52:10
    Significant developments occurred today in a case where a jury of 12 men was sworn in for the trial of a man and two women accused of organising prostitution and keeping brothels in Cork.

    ***************************, pleaded not guilty to 69 counts this morning but later in the afternoon she pleaded guilty to five counts of keeping brothels at 18 Grafton Street and 26 John Street on various dates in 2006 and 2007. ******** cried as she was being re-arraigned. Sentencing in her case was adjourned until May 12.

    The prosecution then indicated that they were entering a nolle prosequi in the case against ******************************, Cork, who had pleaded not guilty to six similar counts.

    Effectively, that means that the Director of Public Prosecutions dropped its prosecution of Healy who now stands cleared of all charges.

    Judge Seán Ó Donnabháin told the 12 men of the jury, “There have been significant developments, huge developments. One defendant pleaded to a number of charges and her case is gone back for sentencing and the state has not gone ahead against another defendant. You can put them out of your mind as if they never existed.

    “The case that started as a trinity is now down to one,” the judge said.

    The one person who now faces trial, commencing at 2 p.m. tomorrow is ********************************, who pleaded not guilty to a total of 69 counts related to the alleged organisation of prostitution and the keeping of brothels at 26 John Street and 18 Grafton Street, Cork, on dates between January 2006 and May 2007.

    cry baby
    this was decided on and agreed on by "The Sweetie" (reg tm). We cant stop ppl from posting links to news but we will edit out any real names in posts. Sorry but those are the rules.

    sounds strange ,i know,
    Westside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    this was decided on and agreed on by "The Sweetie" (reg tm). We cant stop ppl from posting links to news but we will edit out any real names in posts. Sorry but those are the rules.

    sounds strange ,i know,
    Westside.
    Why leave in the name of the Judge S*** O'D********* in that case m'lud?

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