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When American pop rock band, The Scissor Sisters came up with its name back in the early 2000s, it was derived from New York's nightlife and gay culture. After being signed with British label Polydor and releasing their debut album in 2004, the band went to No 1 in the UK. And not long after that, their name began to appear in Irish news too—but not because the band was gaining popularity in their neighbouring country. Unfortunately for the band, the moniker “The Scissor Sisters' was given to real life sisters, Charlotte and Linda Mulhall, due to the nightmarish nature of their crime.

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Scissor Sister Charlotte Mulhall could be fully freed this year as she gets more day releases

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'Scissor' mother dated rapist after fleeing to UK

Mulhall sister sentenced to life

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