‘blasphemous’ Stephen Fry under investigation by Irish cops

Actor and comedian Stephen Fry is in trouble because of comments he made on a tv programme shown on Ireland’s state broadcaster, RTÉ, says the Irish Independent.

Always a staunch supporter of famous anti-religionist the late Christopher ‘Hitch’ Hitchens, Fry denounced God as “utterly evil, capricious and monstrous”, if he were to exist, says the story.

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Under Ireland’s Defamation Act 2009, anyone who publishes or utters ‘blasphemous materia is “guilty of an offence”and a conviction can mean a fine of up to €25,000, says the story.

“It’s perfectly apparent that he is monstrous,” Fry is’quoted as saying,

“God is utterly monstrous and deserves no respect whatsoever.

“The moment you banish him, life becomes simpler, purer, cleaner, more worth living in my opinion.

The GARDAI  launched an investigation after a TV viewer, a lawyer, claimed comments made by Fry on the show were blasphemous.

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