#Todays3 29.8.17 Chief Justice, False Rape Claims, Pompeii

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-1) Ireland’s latest Chief Justice, Frank Clarke, made millions on property deals. Does this hinder his ability to do his job? Strangely, the Irish media have been next to silent on this story;

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/chief-justice-made-millions-from-property-investment-xb79f3c6m


-2) Normally we try not focus too much on individuals that aren’t in positions of power, but we made an exception for this one. A London woman was jailed for 10 years for making a series of false rape allegations. One of the men she accused, Mahad Cassim, was sentenced to seven years in prison. This raises a number of serious issues. How did a man that was falsely accused get a prison sentence? The amount of stress and hardship this woman has caused to those she falsely accused is horrendous. Then we have the issue of credibility. Will this stop women who have been sexually assaulted from coming forward because they fear they won’t be believed?

http://www.thejournal.ie/london-false-allegations-3563161-Aug2017/


-3) The people in Pompeii may have been poisoned by their water sources and most experienced some level of sickness long before the eruption that destroyed the town;

http://www.iflscience.com/environment/people-in-pompeii-were-pretty-screwed-even-before-the-eruption/


 

 

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