Quinn wrong on abuse probe call
Published 22/03/2010 | 05:00
David Quinn says that under no circumstances should there be a national investigation of the Catholic Church's role in child abuse if that investigation covers only the Catholic Church (Irish Independent, March 19).
He contends that as child abuse was not confined to the Catholic Church, any investigation that focuses on it alone would be discriminatory.
Does Mr Quinn also contend that an investigation into the affairs of the Irish banking system should not take place on the grounds that it would be unfair to focus on one industry when fraud exists in all sectors of the economy?