When Seamus Marley, the former IRA volunteer, was convicted by a jury of raping and abusing me and another man it was like a huge weight had been lifted off our shoulders and I could breathe for the first time in 27 years.
Both me and the other person now want the world to know that we were victims - but now we are survivors, we got justice.
We want to urge other people who were victims of sexual abuse at the hands of IRA members around the country to know that they should no longer be afraid, they will be listened to and believed.
The reason that I have decided to go public is to call on the Garda Commissioner to ensure the gardai proceed the investigation of the other side of this criminal conspiracy - the attempt by Sinn Fein and the IRA to pervert the course of justice and cover up what happened to us when they organised a kangaroo court.
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