O'Higgins Report: It’s not all about Alan

The former justice minister seems to think he is the only victim of the scandal, writes Mick Wallace

15th May, 2016

The slow release of the O’Higgins report has had its shortcomings. For a number of days, we didn’t have access to it, but RTÉ’s crime correspondent Paul Reynolds did. So we were fed a version which did no favours to whistleblower Maurice McCabe. In my opinion it amounted to a challenge to any future Garda whistleblower who might dare to raise his or her head. It is deeply worrying that RTÉ, our state broadcaster, would...

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