Public Inquiry · Who’s watching the watchers?

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Public Inquiry · Who’s watching the watchers?: “I read an article once by prof.John Dillon(trinity college) who said special interest groups would thwart any national debate on serious crime that might focus on “their inadequacies”?It would be interesting to hear auxl.archbishop eamonn walsh view on that?.however mr.dillon made a lot of suggestions in his article which i repeat here.there should be as wide a spectrum of organisations and interests as possible,not just lawyers prison staff police {but social workers prisoners rights organisations drug addicts anyone at all “who has experience” of the problems but also a persons point of view.all the dimensions of the causes and cures needs to be brought into the open.{now heres the serious bit}the fact that powerful forces intimately concerned with these problems do not at all want any general discussion of these issues,as any such discussion would inevitably focus on their inadequacies.i refer of…

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