What Does This Say About Ireland?

Almost 800 children were discovered buried in a septic tank at a former home in Ireland, for unmarried mothers run by nuns.The dead children, aged between two days and nine years had died between 1925 and 1961. The home, which was run by the Sisters of Bon Secours, was demolished. The nuns have declined to comment. The Irish government is coming under increasing pressure to launch an investigation into this case. What's your reaction to this story?
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