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By the time I was naked we were in the middle of the kitchen and my fate was sealed. Apparently I had robbed my sister’s purse. This was today’s reason. She started to whack me around my back and shoulders with the board, kicking my legs from under me, all the while explaining that my sister had visited that morning and now her purse was gone, and I had obviously taken it. In between my yelps of pain I tried to argue that I couldn’t have possibly taken it as I had been in school, that I had absolutely no idea my sister had been visiting her, but it was pointless.
I’m telling you now I’m going to report you to the SPCC. ’ Patrick was dragged back to our house and grilled on every word that his friend’s mother had ever said to him. When the interrogation was over she stripped him bare and put him in one of her home-made nappies, this one concocted from half a woollen blanket that was folded over and sewn together, which she wrapped in a plastic bin liner. And then he was beaten senseless and locked up until the bruises faded. He was even fed, on the quiet, by the nuns at school.
He refused, saying he didn’t want to leave his mother. After all, what six-year-old does? ’ Midland Health Board, 3 March 1976 Neither of us knows a lot about our mother, Olive. She was born and bred in Dublin, one of six children, and did not seem particularly close to her family. Her mother died when she was young and she was raised by an older sister. Her father worked for CIE, the national transport company. Certainly, my father wasn’t close to his in-laws. When he drove us up to Dublin for our infrequent visits to family members, he merely dropped us off before continuing on to the pub, picking us up when we were ready to go home after the allotted hour – which was how long he allowed her to stay.