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Woman who was illegally adopted in Carrickmacross says time for state apologies is over

Mar 4, 2021 15:03 By News Northern Sound
Woman who was illegally adopted in Carrickmacross says time for state apologies is over Woman who was illegally adopted in Carrickmacross says time for state apologies is over
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Longford resident Margaret Norton says the time is long past for apologies, and people who were illegally adopted in this country are still being insulted

Longford resident Margaret Norton says the time is long past for apologies, and people who were illegally adopted in this country are still being insulted by the state.

Margaret was one of a number of people who spoke on last night’s RTÉ Investigates programme on illegal adoptions in Ireland over several decades.

She began her search for her biological family over 12 years ago after discovering that she had been illegally adopted from a GP in Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan in the 1970s.

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Margaret was successfully reunited with her biological family after she took it on herself to try and find them but she says people are still suffering on a daily basis through not being allowed access to their own records.

Speaking on the Joe Finnegan show this morning, Margaret Norton says apologies to people for not giving them access to their own records mean nothing at this stage:

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