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Old 10-12-2013, 09:51 AM
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Either he did it and they made up shite to get him for it, or he didn't and they made up shite to frame an innocent man. Either way, bad form on behalf of the Gardaí and a black stain for the rule of law in Ireland in general, innocent until PROVEN guilty. I like to think due to this clusterf**k (and the ombudsman) it means they're a lot less likely to try something like this ever again. Compensation, massive compensation is how this ends I think.
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Old 10-12-2013, 12:15 PM
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The Ombudsman is like a dog without teeth, pretty fucking useless.

The morale in An Garda Siochana is at rock bottom at the moment. From Dundalk to Donegal and down to Schull there is nothing but botched crime scenes and collusion in the murder of officers from a neighbouring jurisdiction.

The Special Branch in Dublin would not tell the local Dundalk Gardai about operations in their district because they knew there was a mole in Dundalk Garda Station. If they knew that then why did they not do anything about it.

You would not get the likes of it from the Keystone Cops.
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Old 10-12-2013, 12:40 PM
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There would seem to be a lot of corruption in the Irish police force.

Botched jobs being covered up, framings going on, people being let off fines, policemen passing on private data to politicos, cover ups.

A lot of these lads probably shouldn't even be in the police.

And a fair few of them should probably be locked up.
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Old 10-12-2013, 12:44 PM
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There would seem to be a lot of corruption in the Irish police force.

Botched jobs being covered up, framings going on, people being let off fines, policemen passing on private data to politicos, cover ups.

A lot of these lads probably shouldn't even be in the police.

And a fair few of them should probably be locked up.
Spot on.
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Old 10-12-2013, 12:50 PM
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Look at the way serving Garda Whistleblowers have been treated like pariahs for speaking out. It seems to be that to be a Garda you hear no evil and see no evil. And if you do, you keep your fucking mouth shut.
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Old 10-12-2013, 01:01 PM
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Not unlike priests in the catholic church.

Actually, the police force in Ireland fully protected the rapist sorcerers.

The police in Ireland have a lot to answer for.
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Old 10-12-2013, 01:08 PM
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There would seem to be a lot of corruption in the Irish police force.

Botched jobs being covered up, framings going on, people being let off fines, policemen passing on private data to politicos, cover ups.

A lot of these lads probably shouldn't even be in the police.

And a fair few of them should probably be locked up.

Correct and right. And that's why a lot of them are in the police in the first place. I've said it before, a lot of them are just thugs on the right side of the law. I know plenty of them, and while I'm polite and friendly towards them, I would not trust a single one of them.

They are all friendly towards you but given the chance the majority of them would stab you in the back. They are on duty 24/7 even while they are off duty. Can't really blame them because that's their job. To be honest, I think it takes a special breed of sneaky cunt to be a guard.

Their arrogance and know-it-all attitude is second to none mind you I've seen newly graduated law students give them both barrels and they backed off immediately. A lot of them think that because they are a Garda, they can say, act and do as they please. The reality is they cannot. The abuse of that privilege is rampant within the Gardaí and I don't know will it ever be stopped.
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Old 10-12-2013, 01:13 PM
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Look at the way serving Garda Whistleblowers have been treated like pariahs for speaking out. It seems to be that to be a Garda you hear no evil and see no evil. And if you do, you keep your fucking mouth shut.
There is no shame in being a pariah.

Gross incompetance and plenty of old school self serving cover ups involved in our Garda Siochana.

The Bailey case fiasco is a slow moving iceberg heading their way and the whole sorry mess will probably end up in yet another long expensive inconclusive tribunal.
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Old 10-12-2013, 01:13 PM
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Not unlike priests in the catholic church.

Actually, the police force in Ireland fully protected the rapist sorcerers.

The police in Ireland have a lot to answer for.

Therein lies the problem with Ireland, especially rural Ireland. We still have not got out of the train of thought whereby the local priest, garda and school teacher have a status in society that puts them above everyone else. It's typical gombeen shite. When you have two forces coming together like that protecting each other, then society as a whole fails.

The Gardaí have just as much a case to answer for in the child abuse that happened as members of the Catholic church do.
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Old 10-12-2013, 02:46 PM
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Some of us are only too well aware of the real story of the cover-up that occurred here where a vulnerable woman was used to protect a Garda and the quest of senior members of that force for promotion flies in the face of justice. The real story will never be told because it would rip the very fabric of the force apart and would make Donegal look like a rehearsal.There was widespread collusion with the media in order to discredit Bailey in his libel case by releasing false information pre trial and inducements to witness to give false evidence. To be fair there were were members of the force in Bantry who abhorred what was going on at the time but were kept outside the loop!
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