DUBLIN (Reuters) - Thousands of children died in homes for unmarried mothers and their offspring run by Ireland’s Catholic Church from the 1920s to the 1990s, an inquiry found on Tuesday.
Following are some extracts from the report, in which the authors paraphrase the testimony of witnesses questioned.
* Some witnesses described that while working on their hands and knees, they were verbally abused about their status as “fallen women”.
You’re going nowhere with that baby.
You’re going home and the baby is going somewhere else.”
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