Kerry man who was sexually abused and used as forced labour as a child will ‘carry on fight’ for justice

by hoseakeller1339

New payment scheme for victims of mother and baby homes is not enough says boarded-out survivor

James Sugrue and his siblings suffered years of abuse after being boarded-out as children. Photo Domnick Walsh.

James Sugrue believes the Mother and Baby Institutions Payment Scheme announced by the government this week falls short of the restitution that children boarded-out while in the care of the State deserve for abuse they suffered.

James from Ballybunion was only eight in 1959 when he and his younger brothers, Michael and David, were abandoned by their mother at the County Home in Killarney. They were separated and placed in rooms were they witnessed old people dying in appalling conditions.

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