Feeling Angry In The Wake Of Ashling Murphy’s Death Is "Perfectly Rational"

The Head of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre says it’s normal to be upset from such news.

The Dublin Rape Crisis Cente is reminding people that feeling angry or upset in the wake of Ashling Murphy’s death is "perfectly rational".
Vigils are being organised in Tullamore, Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway to remember the 23 year old teacher, who was killed in a random attack yesterday afternoon.
The Justice Minister said she empathised with the anger many are  feeling today and described Ashling’s death as "every woman’s worst nightmare".
Head of the DRCC Noeline Blackwell says it’s normal to be upset from such news:


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