Meanwhile, In Dublin Castle

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Then Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan and then Deputy Commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan at the Public Accounts Committee in January 2014 

Earlier today.

Diarmaid McGuinness SC, counsel for the Disclosures Tribunal, began its opening statement at Dublin Castle.

The tribunal, overseen by Supreme Court judge Peter Charleton, is initially examining allegations of a smear campaign by Garda management against Sgt Maurice McCabe.

From the tribunal…

Read the opening statement in full here

Previously: Maurice McCabe on Broadsheet

11 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Dublin Castle

  1. Tony Groves

    I want you, I need you,
    But there ain’t no way I’m ever gonna love you.
    Now don’t be sad,(don’t be sad)
    ‘Cause 4 out of 15 ain’t bad…

    1. realPolithicks

      Banana Republic
      Septic Isle
      Screaming in the Suffering sea
      It sounds like crying
      Everywhere I go
      Everywhere I see
      The black and blue uniforms
      Police and priests

  2. Sheik Yahbouti

    So, basically, everybody except Callinan and O’Sullivan is telling lies……………

    1. realPolithicks

      You’ve summed it up in a nutshell. What a joke, and O’Sullivan still has the “confidence” of the government.

      1. phil

        I doubt they do really , governments are all about that ‘confidence’ thing , whether it be banks or snr officers , especially when they appoint them. I doubt she can do much more damage. Sure it would be useful to not have her in place so you can collect evidence to prosecute, but that was never on the cards ….

        Id rather they leave her in place until they find the right replacement , otherwise we will be right back in this spot in a few yrs time

        1. Sheik Yahbouti

          I don’t disagree with you Phil. At the same time, is that really good enough? Change has to come sometime – why not now? Why not a good old ‘Stalinist ‘ purge, and try to start afresh. Forgive me, I’m old and getting really impatient :-)

        2. Twunt

          There was no interest in the position, from any international candidate. It probably wouldn’t be any different this time, meaning promoting from within.

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