New PDF release: A Woman to Blame. The Kerry Babies Case

By Nell McCafferty

Joanne Hayes, at 24 years of age, hid the start and loss of life of her child in County Kerry, eire, in 1984. consequently she confessed to the homicide, by means of stabbing, of one other child. all the medical facts confirmed that she couldn't have had this moment child. The police however, insisted on charging her and, after the costs have been dropped, endured to insist that she had given delivery to twins conceived of 2 diverse males.

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Mary never left the homestead. In all her life she had never held a paid job. Sometimes she cleaned the home of an elderly neighbour, and was given a few shillings. Abbeydorney during Mary’s teenage years is vividly recalled by Tom Shanahan, now a retired police inspector. In 1935, he says, there was widespread depression caused by Éamon de Valera’s economic war with England, of which Ireland was still a colony. Dev had refused to hand over land annuities and the British responded with an embargo on all Irish agricultural produce.

The nun had come to see how Mary Hayes was recovering from the flu that had confined her to bed for several weeks. ‘I did not notice anything particularly amiss. I was very anxious and very tense myself. I found my sister Mary very sick. I found Joanne getting ready to go to hospital, possibly to stay.

He can only report back to Mr Creedon if the patient authorises him to do so. Father Quinlan did not report back. The hospital notes showed, though, said Mr Creedon, that after speaking with the priest his patient was ‘recovered somewhat in spirit though depressed in demeanour’. He sometimes referred distressed patients to a psychiatrist, said Mr Creedon, but in this case had not done so. His patient had now been referred to the police. He knew that they were looking for the mother of the Cahirciveen baby.

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