Watch: Mick Wallace says he was the victim of an unlawful arrest

Watch: Mick Wallace says he was the victim of an unlawful arrest: “Wallace was quizzed by RTÉ crime correspondent Paul Reynolds about his alleged arrest for directing traffic while working on a construction site on Thomas Street in Dublin in September 2000 and a subsequent settlement that was reported in the Irish Independent recently.”?THOMAS STREET AGAIN?


‘Dysfunctional and flawed’: TDs slam penalty points investigation

‘Dysfunctional and flawed’: TDs slam penalty points investigation: ““This investigation failed to adhere to the two basic standards of natural and constitutional justice,” the TDs said in a statement.”/

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‘Dysfunctional and flawed’: TDs slam penalty points investigation

‘Dysfunctional and flawed’: TDs slam penalty points investigation: “Read: the four TDs’ analysis of the Garda inquiry (PDF) >”?

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"ENCOURAGECHANGE" Singer Don names priest who turned a blind eye – National Ne

“ENCOURAGECHANGE” Singer Don names priest who turned a blind eye – National Ne: “SINGER and musician Don Baker, who suffered at the hands of the Oblate Brothers, has publicly named the cleric who did nothing to stop his abuse.It wasent only the clergy and brothers who turned a blind eye to the abuses exposed in the judge ryan report.The judges,lawyers,in fact all professionals are guilty.The upper[middleclass]mass going uncareing self serving so called elite were in fact carrying out social engineering against the working classes,this was all been done in the name of irish society through the courts.What does that say about our constitution,even now they[professionals]are fighting like cats and dogs to try and apportion blame for the disgust felt around the world.If you want to carry on in Gods name make shure it is the God Martin Luter King believed in, as his God seems a better dream worldwide.”?

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UK report captures the experiences of 1,000 whistleblowers | FAIR

UK report captures the experiences of 1,000 whistleblowers | FAIR: “The UK whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work has published a report Whistleblowing: the Inside Story with the University of Greenwich, which analyses the experiences of 1,000 whistleblowers”?

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Irish Prison Service

Irish Prison Service: “This research project was undertaken in partnership with the Central Statistics Office, specifically the Crime Statistics Section, who facilitated the linking of Irish Prison Service data, Garda Síochána records and Courts Service records. This type of cross-agency analysis of released prisoners has not been possible in the past and this is the first study of its kind in theRepublicofIreland.  The findings mark an important contribution to criminological research inIrelandand highlight the need for a greater emphasis on a structured multi-agency approach to preparing prisoners for their release.  It will also enable yearly monitoring of recidivism trends and the evaluation of rehabilitation interventions.”???

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Courts may be privatised to save Ministry of Justice £1bn – Telegraph

Courts may be privatised to save Ministry of Justice £1bn – Telegraph: “The plans would free the courts from Treasure control, placing court buildings and thousands of staff in the hands of private companies.
The system would be funded by extracting larger fees from wealthy litigants and private sector investment, and by encouraging hedge funds to invest by an attractive rate of return, according to The Times.”?

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Shatter: No garda report over breathalyser incident so it could not be missing –

Shatter: No garda report over breathalyser incident so it could not be missing – “Neither did he address whether he told the garda: “Don’t you know who I am?””

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BBC News – Alan Shatter confirms no police record exists

BBC News – Alan Shatter confirms no police record exists: “The Irish Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has said the Garda Commissioner has confirmed that no police record exists of a checkpoint incident involving him that was raised in the Dail (Irish parliament) last week.

In a statement on Tuesday, Mr Shatter said the commissioner told the secretary general of the Department of Justice that the police officer involved generated no report on the incident.”?

‘via Blog this’ Home Page Home Page: “There are approximately 300 political parties in the UK, many of these parties are born out of frustration with our political system and the fact that although we call our country a democracy, it is the case that once we have elected our government all thoughts of ‘representation of the people’ evaporate, leading to what might be referred to as an ‘elected dictatorship’.

The Common Sense Party was formed with the idea of using public opinion to formulate the polices, therefore truly representing the people of the UK.”?THE COMPARE PARTY REPUBLIC OF IRELAND?

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