Filthy Afghan Refugee was ‘abusive and aggressive’ at Limerick garda station

What the hell have these parasites got to offer Ireland?

A REFUGEE who went to a Limerick city garda station to make a complaint after he was refused emergency accommodation was fined €80 after he was convicted of acting in a threatening and abuse manner.
During a contested hearing, Ismail Tamar, aged 33, who has an address at Dame Street in Dublin denied he was aggressive towards gardai and members of the public at Henry Street garda station.

Sergeant Fergal Finn told Limerick District Court he was on duty at around 1.45pm on February 23, 2016 when the defendant entered the public office.
He said the Afghan national produced a letter from Novas and began banging on the counter

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