Mick Wallace The House of 'An #Garda Siochana' is falling down around the Commissioner's ears, while Gov buries head in sand...https://t.co/VLWwtlEDkm
Mick Wallace The #Monsanto that got to meet our Minster for Agriculture, no doubt making strong arguments in the interest of our… https://t.co/UVHZH5da01
Mick Wallace Government has been dragged kicking + screaming to an Inquiry into #NAMA, after almost 2 years - all the while NAMA… https://t.co/3MmgmPWgP6
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On Tuesday, in reply to the Taoiseach extolling the virtues of GSOC, I read some extracts from a letter which was sent by GSOC, to Clare Daly’s solicitor, Gareth Noble of KOD/Lyons, 3 months after her arrest for drink driving, regarding her complaint about the subsequent leak to the media within hours of her arrest. I highlighted the point that, firstly, it is incredibly difficult for GSOC to hold the Gardaí to account, and secondly, two years later, we still await a resolution to the whole episode. I sent a copy of the same letter to the Taoiseach after the debate on Tuesday evening. One would think that if cooperation between GSOC and An Garda Siochana was as good as the GRA would like us to believe, it’s unlikely that two years and 3 months after the episode, we would still be waiting for the investigation to conclude.

I also highlighted the fact that the Government has now given GSOC the extra responsibility of the role of the Confidential Recipient to deal with Garda complaint, which they possess neither the resources nor the power to deal with.

It’s good to see that the Media have renewed their interest in the lack of Garda Reform, despite the acres of Government spin to the contrary. Welcome Back...

 

 

 

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