Meanwhile, In Cavan


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O’Raghallaigh Park in Cavan town, Co Cavan.

Garda whistleblower John Wilson (right) joins Irish Water protestors.

Mr Wilson said he spent five hours in a police cell following his arrest during protests yesterday.

17 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Cavan

    1. donkey_kong

      f off.
      The state should recognize the bravery and the hardship that man went through.
      I for one , salute him

      1. Soundings

        He paid a huge price for exposing the penalty points scandal, which undermined justice and endangered lives in this country. The man deserves a medal. Proud to see him shoulder to shoulder with the water protest.

        1. Lorcan Nagle

          Oh, but he did it all to get in the papers don’t you know. Nobody ever does anything based on principles!

  1. Jonotti

    Disgraceful behaviour if he’s still employed as a Garda. It also completely undermines his whistle-blower status as he now looks like a crank with an agenda.

    1. Spartacus

      He is no longer a serving Garda. He retired on full pension with an exemplary record, and with the thanks of the nation. Troll better, troll harder.

  2. Nate Dogg

    Enjoy your fat defined pension John. I’m sure it was necessary to attract a bright lad like you to the force.

    Don’t worry about where the money will come from to pay for it.

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