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    Irelands Crime Rate

    Have you or your familybeen victims of crimein the last 4 years? (its as a valid a survey as the one in the newspapers)
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    #2
    Lets see now, I had my house cleaned out, two motorcycles stolen, a cement mixer stolen and my sister was assaulted. Oh yeah, I also had a rather large chopping knife pulled on me.
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      #3
      Yes. A house i lived in three years ago was broken into on NYE and had a lot of stuff stolen from it.
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        #4





        See my post on the other thread. 5 times in 10 years. But hey! I live in 2007 Ireland, notin la-la land like Bluffian does.
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          #5
          seriously you need to move house.the lads i know in moyross,weston and southill havent been victims of as much crime as you!
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            #6


            Originally posted by bruffian
            seriously you need to move house.the lads i know in moyross,weston and southill havent been victims of as much crime as you!




            And you need to move planet! Although I can quite understand you wishing to remain on Utopia as it seems such a lovely place to reside in.
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              #7


              The only crime I know of was my neighbours lawnmower being taken 3 years ago. Not saying we live in utopia but have no experience of the crime levels you guys seem to have suffered! poll is deadlocked at the moment though...
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                #8


                its called east limerick,and the sun always shine,the birds sing their merry tune.children play idly in the long grass of farmer murphys field,the boys roughousing,and playing hurling and rugby,the young girls picking wild flowers and making daisy chains.doors always unlocked so that friends may walk in and give their news of the day.at night we gather around the fire with friends and family,with the old men telling stories of a by-gone age.before we retire to bed,to be up early with the first sound of the birds,to tend to our well subsidised farms.


                tis truely a wonderous place...not like the sh*thole you seem to live in OD.seriously theres loads of land,to build a nice bungalow out our way.i know the local FF councillor,he can fix up planning no bother
                g\'wan bruff!!

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                  #9
                  was assaulted the night of the Leicester match 2 weeks ago as i was walking home from the pub ... perhaps naively intervened when i came across a guy hitting his girlfriend (he then tried to knock her down with his car).

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                    Originally posted by beir bua
                    was assaulted the night of the Leicester match 2 weeks ago as i was walking home from the pub ... perhaps naively intervened when i came across a guy hitting his girlfriend (he then tried to knock her down with his car).
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                      #11
                      In the middle of it all i managed to call 999 and he fled, dragged the girl into his car and tore off down the road. Cops arrived 30 minutes later so he needn't have rushed.

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                        #12
                        Fair play to you Beir. It's a common factor these days that peopel will no longer step in when they see such a thing happen out of fear of assault. it's not only a beating you could end up with these days. Happened a mate of mine last year. Similarly to yourself, a fella was beating up on his girl and my mate stepped in. next thing you know, yer man and three of his mates who'd been standing there watching all jumped him and beat the s**t out of him.
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                          #13
                          Can't vote as i don't want to mess up your poll. Only memory of crime in the last 4 years was my girlfriends mobile being stolen when we were full. [img]smileys/lol.gif[/img] So its a hazy memory
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                            #14
                            Yup, was mugged as I was walking out the Ballinacurra Road about 4 years ago.
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                              #15
                              Yes,2 or 3 times a yearat work.
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