Don Hennessy speaks to Emma Murphy in an Irish documentary about Domestic Abuse
Don Hennessy appears in this Irish documentary which follows 26-year-old Emma Murphy as she tries to use her experience of domestic violence to make a difference.
Filmed over two years, Emma undertakes a journey to increase awareness about domestic violence, and encourage other young women to speak out.
At 29:16 in the doco, Emma talks to Don Hennessy:
[The link to the documentary (Emma Murphy Fights Back) is broken and we were unable to find a copy in the Internet Archive. Editors.]
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Caveat: in this Irish documentary there is a brief shout-out for same sex marriage — one of the secular DV workers Emma Murphy interviews talks about how good it was that Ireland voted to allow SSM.
We want to assure our readers that the A Cry For Justice team does not endorse same sex marriage or same sex practices. But we do admire and honor Emma Murphy for speaking out about her experience of domestic abuse and raising awareness of the issue of domestic abuse.