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Deviants recruit for Real IRA

Mass-goers in many rural parts of Northern Ireland left Mass last Sunday to find 'dissident' flyers on the windscreens of their cars calling on young Catholics over the age of 16 to join their ranks.

The flyers were left by men representing the Real IRA.

One woman from a rural community in south Tyrone told theirishobserver.blogspot.com:

"After what we have learned about Gerry Adams and his family, I don't think these people should have access to a dog never mind vulnerable young children.

"Why are mature men seeking access to young boys and girls; young boys and girls whom are immediately sworn to secrecy."

These people trying to get access to young children should be treated the same as any other deviants.

They should be placed on a register so the public can know who they are.

OBSERVER

Co Tyrone

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