THIS is an edited extract of conversations recorded between the garda and the woman who claims she was made pregnant by him and then threatened with deportation.
"Okay, so, um, so, what is latest time we can meet because I need to have some food before I come down because I feel very dizzy, very sick. I need to go to the hospital maybe. That pill what you gave me was not good at all."
"And, have you had any bleeding, no?"
"No, not yet?"
"But I did throw up loads of times."
"Yeah, and I had pressure in my belly and I had, you know, other stuff, so I am very sick. So, I don't hope that this pill is gonna give me some real problems."
"No, it won't, no."
"No, no, it won't, how do you know that so sure?"
"Because I have researched everything. . ."
"Where did you buy this? Where did you get this then?"
"From that website I gave to you yesterday."
"How did you pay then, online?"
"And, how much is it?"
"Yeah. I want you to do this now (her name). You promised me you would do this."
"Yeah, I did, I did. No, I didn't promise it really but you know what you said yesterday in the car, if I didn't do it then you will ring the grey hair man, the detective."
"Listen, I am not going to do that on you."
"Then why did you say that to me yesterday?"
"I don't remember saying that to you."
"Ah, come on, you did, in the car when here at front of the door, remember, when you say I want to talk to you a minute."
"No, I said I would ring him and tell him everything was okay, which I am going to do."
"No, you say if I wouldn't co-operate, yeah, that you would tell, that you would ring him, that he would come back then."
"Listen (her name), if you want to mess me around again. I am sitting here in the car for the last hour. . ."
"I don't mess you around..."
"For the last hour-and-a-half, I am sitting here waiting for the last hour-and-a-half."
"I don't mean don't be so upset, okay. I am very sick."
"I'm upset as well."
"Maybe you have to go to bring me to a hospital, what do you think of that?"
"If I have to bring you to a hospital, I will bring you to a hospital, no problem. But, you don't need to go to a hospital now."
"I think I do because I have severe pain."
"But, that's what the pain is, the thing is the abortion, that's what the pain is."
"But then it's a real baby comes out."
"NO, IT'S NOT."
"I read the instructions and it says you have to do it under provisional care."
"No, it says you can do it in the home but you must be near a hospital and you're near a hospital and it's not a problem."
"Yeah, I know but, hold on, it says you have to do it in the clinic. That's what it says. . . under provisional. . ."
"That's where you have a clinic. There is no clinic in Ireland that you can do it in because it is not allowed."
"Oh, is it not?"
"No. it's illegal."