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"Crucify Him! Crucify Him!"

category national | rights, freedoms and repression | opinion/analysis author Saturday April 01, 2023 11:54author by Sean Crudden - IMPERO Report this post to the editors

The Case of Enoch Burke

It is an arresting coincidence that the course of Enoch Burke's trial is in full flow at this time. The Burke case echoes the gospel readings for Holy Week which is now almost upon us.

I think that Enoch Burke should be restored to the status quo ante. He is obviously a conscientious person and I am sure he will relate to the pupil in question in a professional way.

It seems to me that Enoch's rights as a teacher were trampled upon by the school authorities. Subsequent legal proceedings took on the appearance of the laws of the jungle. There is a distinct question mark in my humble mind about the way a succession of judges handled the case. I think it is incontrovertible that the teacher suffered abuse. So a question of compensation arises. Mr Burke's family should be considered too in this regard.

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Havent been on Indy in about 15 years, and Im horrified to see where its at now..
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