Senate O’Connor: “God forgive the Irish government because I will never do that.”

Senate O’Connor has criticized Irish authorities after his 17-year-old son Shane died, saying he left the hospital “while being monitored for suicide attempt”.

The singer announced the news of Shane’s death on social media on Saturday: “My beautiful son, the light of my life Nevim Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, has decided to end his earthly struggle today and now he is with God.

Let him rest in peace and let no one follow his example. My baby. I love you so much. Please rest. “

Shane O’Connor is said to have gone missing two days before he died, and Carta Siochana calls to find him. He went missing from Newbridge, County Gilder, and was last seen in the Dallat area of ​​Dublin on Friday morning. Authorities said his health was critical at the time.

O’Connor has previously said that Shane is under surveillance for “suicide attempt”.

In a series of messages posted on Twitter, he said, after police confirmed he was dead Defender, The Irish artist, condemned Irish officials for “refusing to take responsibility”, including the Irish Health Service HSE and the child and family protection agency Tusla.

Twenty-six hours after my son’s death in the so-called care of the Irish government represented by Tusla, I have not yet been contacted by Tusla or their representatives. I was notified by Cardoi about my son’s death, after which I spoke to LAG. It is unacceptable that Tusla did not contact me.

He later announced it on Twitter “My son’s remains officially identified”, Added: “May God forgive the Irish government because I will never do that.

In another Twitter message, he said: “Now Tusla wants to talk to me about a‘ press release ’and I have no doubt that I should join in their efforts to make this death of my child seem out of the hands of the Irish government.. “

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A spokesman for the HSE (British Government Health and Safety Agency) said: “The HSE will not comment on private cases that may reveal information about identifiable persons, which violates our protocol requirement to respect our duty of confidentiality.

Shane is one of O’Connor’s four children, along with Jack Reynolds, Royce Waters and Joshua Francis Neil Bonadio.

The singer received thousands of messages of condolence on social media, including members of the public and other mothers who have faced similar trials.

Fox singer Shane McCowan tweeted: “Senate, you have always been a source of comfort to me and to many people, and to a fearful soul to feel the pain of suffering.”

“You have always tried to heal and help. I pray that you find comfort, strength, healing and peace in your own pain and loss.

“He’s a handsome boy. I loved him. I pray he is at peace and with you.

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