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The Minister for Justice has said that a recording of gardaí making remarks of a sexually suggestive and disturbing nature at a Corrib protest in Mayo was tampered with.
The recording was made following the arrest of two women at a protest against the Corrib pipeline in Co Mayo. It was revealed today that the five gardaí – who were disciplined and investigated following the release of the recording – will not face criminal charges.
Shell to Sea says it does not accept the recording was tampered with.
Spokesperson Caoimhe Kerins has said other academic files were removed from the disc before it was handed to the Garda Ombudsman, but the entire file for that day was made available.
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