Controversial Glasnevin memorial wall vandalised again
Attackers use sledgehammers and paint to deface monument
The Glasnevin memorial wall after it was vandalised again. Photograph Nick Bradshaw
Glasnevin’s necrology wall, unveiled in 2016 to remember all those who died during the Irish revolution, has been vandalised for a second time.
Intruders used sledgehammers and threw paint over the controversial memorial, which was to include names of all those who died from the Easter Rising in 1916, to the end of the Civil War in 1923. The list currently stops at 1918.*