Man stabbed and his partner repeatedly kicked in alleged homophobic attack

01/02/2020 18:01:00

Gardai are investigating the shocking incident which happened in Newbridge, Co Kildare

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Man stabbed and his partner repeatedly kicked in the face in alleged homophobic attack in Newbridge, Co Kildare

Gardai are investigating the shocking incident which happened in Newbridge, Co Kildare

, shortly before 7pm last night.One of the victims of the attack told how he cradled his badly injured partner to put pressure on his stab wounds and stop him from bleeding to death.He said he and his partner were set upon by three youths as they were getting ready to catch a train from Newbridge, Dublin Live reports.

The vicious gang knocked him to the ground before kicking him and then stabbed his partner repeatedly.One of the thugs allegedly filmed the incident on his smart phone.The brave young man wrote on social media: "Never in my life did I think I would be kneeling next to somebody I'm with holding their stab wounds to stop the bleeding to keep him alive.

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, shortly before 7pm last night. One of the victims of the attack told how he cradled his badly injured partner to put pressure on his stab wounds and stop him from bleeding to death. "No arrests have been made at this stage. He said he and his partner were set upon by three youths as they were getting ready to catch a train from Newbridge, Dublin Live reports. A full investigation into the cause of the crash is ongoing. The vicious gang knocked him to the ground before kicking him and then stabbed his partner repeatedly.". One of the thugs allegedly filmed the incident on his smart phone. As well on Thursday, an operation led by Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau intercepted a vehicle in the Kilinarden area of Tallaght.

The brave young man wrote on social media: "Never in my life did I think I would be kneeling next to somebody I'm with holding their stab wounds to stop the bleeding to keep him alive. Like us on Facebook at www. "'I'd never wish what I witnessed tonight on my worse enemy." It's understood that gardai are investigating the disgusting incident as a possible hate crime. A garda spokesman told Dublin Live they were investigating the "serious assault" and a forensic examination of the scene had been carried out. TheSun. They said: "Gardaí are investigating a serious assault that occurred at a Railway Station in Newbridge, Co. And on Friday, a 40-year-old Irishman was arrested in Dundalk, Co Louth in relation to a suspected breach of the provisions of the Passport Act.

Kildare, on 31/01/2020 at approximately 6:40pm. "A man in his 20s received stab type injuries and was taken to Tallaght University Hospital with non life threatening injuries. "A forensic examination of the scene has been carried out by Garda Scenes of Crime investigators. "No arrests have been made at this stage. Investigations are continuing.6 million.

" Local TD Fiona O’Loughlin said greater emphasises must be placed on hate speech and hate crimes following the attack. The Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Equality, Immigration and Integration said today: "I have learned of an attack in Newbridge town during the week which appears to have been a hate attack crime against two young men, returning home after enjoying a day out in town. “The young men involved sustained injuries to their face and were left in need of medical treatment in Tallaght Hospital. "Ireland remains one of the only Western democracies without any specific legislation addressing hate crimes, relying instead on its wider criminal law system. "The gap in legislation has been highlighted repeatedly by civil society groups, An Garda Síochana and legal practitioners. Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you.

“People should not be allowed commit hate speech and hate crimes and feel they can get away with it. "The decision by An Garda Síochána to introduce a working definition of 'hate crime' was a welcomed move but the Gardaí need to be supported in their efforts to tackle this issue and the most basic support they require is effective legislation through which perpetrators can be prosecuted.” “I wish both young men who were injured during the attack a speedy recovery." .