AG Whelan was unnecessarily alarmist, Fennelly report finds
Whelan’s response to the emergence of the scale of the recording system in March 2014 will be criticised by the Fennelly Commission
Attorney General Máire Whelan will be criticised by the inquiry into the recording of calls at certain Garda stations.
Whelan’s response to the emergence of the scale of the recording system in March 2014 will be criticised by the Fennelly Commission as, in effect, unnecessarily alarmist. The report will restate criticisms contained in an interim report published nearly 18 months ago.
Despite being a Labour pick in the last coalition government, Whelan was...
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